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I frikkin' found it...
Tis' a Dwarf Miner that I picked up when I first joined the hobby, all those years ago...
Just for knowledge, I picked the Starter Set up two days later. By doing so, I was ridiculed by a jackass walking by. I'm glad Games Workshop didn't last that long in the mall, if not, I'd be sad for getting banned...True story.
Anyway...without further adou(Sp?) -
A wide shot, so you can see the base.
And a horribly taken close up.
Last edited by GamesmasterZ; February 16th, 2006 at 20:42.
Hey! Because that GW closed the nearest store to buy GW stuff is 45min. away! (The GW was 30min. away though.) Now my and my friends have to order stuff.Originally Posted by GamesmasterZ
To the model: Looks better than my first. (My ultramarine looked like it had been dipped in blue and then sloppily painted red on the shoulder pad rims.)
"You can't say that civilization don't advance, however, for in every war they kill you in a new way." - Will Roger
not bad considering it was your first time! my first minis were awful...
PLAN CLAN MAN!!
He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
Not bad at all, better than mine it was garbage. Although try doing a black ink wash on the beard. Might help.
I have a funny story and it seems appropriate. My first squad was a sm assault squad - they were painted so bad that when I had finished them I reprimed them and just left them unpainted. They are still unpainted to this day, learn from this fellow painters.
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*throws out gold stars* Gold Stars for everybody! LoL
Wow, *attack of nostalgia* You could really have some talent if thats your first model.
Howd you get the basics down, did you follow the dwarf painting guides online or
-HONORABLE MENTIONS IN BLITZKRIEG PAINTING COMP-
"THAT I.G. GUY WITH THAT OVERDEVELOPED TRIGGER FINGER"
His name was Ross, he was my lover...
Wait, that's putting two stories together.
Ross was the manager at the Games Workshop the one time I went there. He taught the basics in three hours. He would also spend time at the IR I used to go to before it shut down, he taught me the rest there. That was about...seven years ago.