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    i mean, for example, collecting neat characters and big tyranids and stuff and painting them for show, it sounds neat, but until i have an actual army i wont be doing that

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    Every now and then if I see a grand spanking model ill buy it if I have money just for the grand spanking model, that usually how I start a new army. Its also a good break after painting squad after squad of my other armies mainly chaos -black legion and khorne and tau

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    Well sometimes I do.. I have about twenty or so minis that don&#39;t fit into any of my armies.. Really cool minis like Logan Grimnar and others that I just HAVE to own... It&#39;s also a good way of painting something new without having to actually start a new army.
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    I used to paint a lot of Gundam models. If you get the Japanese ones (not the ****<word edited by the mod for being inappropriate for the board> american made) they are half decent, and pretty big. Fully functional , able to move all the joints in any posistion is pretty sweet.

    I don&#39;t play any wargames (except for risk), so if I end up buying some war hammers i&#39;ll paint them for show. I think they look cool.

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    Sometimes I do, like the techpreist enginseer or typhus, or anything by jes goodwin =D

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    That&#39;s how I started out, back in &#39;92 - just buying models I liked and painting them, but then a family member suggested I collect an army and play 40k (this was only a year or two after 2nd edition came out&#33, which I did, and ever since then everything I&#39;ve bought has been for my armies. I am thinking about buying some of the LOTR characters just to paint up nice though.

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    the orks look the bst when u have painted them (well)
    i have to agre the space marens are easy to paint.
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    Doesn&#39;t make me feel bad about buying the fifty minatures and not having played as of yet...lol.

    Not sure if my painting skills will be up to scratch....but I&#39;ll just have to see...lol
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    For stuff that I can&#39;t use with any of my armies, I&#39;ve got...


    Eltharion

    Cypher

    Aun&#39;Shui

    Azreal

    Dante

    Logan Grimnar

    Luthor Huss

    Valten, Champion of Sigmar

    For guys I can use...

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    Brother Captain Stern

    Eldrad Ulthran

    Maugan Ra

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    I haven&#39;t bought any models the don&#39;t fit into my army just to paint, but I have been thinking about it quite alot recently. I&#39;m thinking of getting some Daemonhunter models(they are just plain awesome) and probably some of the new Witchhunter models. Certain minatures just stand out and I feel that overwhelming artists&#39; urge to get them just to test my skills.

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