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HAH THATS AMAZING!
Well thats guardsmens teeth are not that white and shiny. Has he been brushing?
Shucks, a one person crew looks a little funny.
EDIT: Isn't there going to be some rule problems since you only have one crewman, it needs to guardsmen to operate.
Last edited by Squeaks; March 7th, 2006 at 20:11.
I've already raved about your Guard in the gallery, but that mud looks so real you can almost smell it !
Thanks! I'm really happy that a few people have noticed the bases. I'm completely sold on Wood Filler. I can't wait to see how it looks on my tanks.Originally Posted by Ashley
Huh! Wheres my post I posted after Undeadairs 1st post! Did someone delete it? :wacko:
Yes. Smilies ARE NOT A POST, next time.. use words and more than one. We here at LO like the use of sentences, please use them. - KU
Last edited by King Ulrik Flamebeard; March 6th, 2006 at 16:01.
It's been a minute.
What did you use on the base to get that texture?
Originally Posted by mist-man
It's sandable/paintable wood filler by Minwax that comes out of a tube applied with an old paintbrush. Sand was added in places while the mix was still wet on the base to give it a little bit more grime.
Makes me scared about what your gonna enter int he competition.:ninja: Good job:yes:
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Great job man
Great job man. I am so glad that there are others out there who aren't opposed to spending 2-4 hours on a single model, and I completely agree with you! whats the point of paying 40 dollars for 10 minis or so and then painting them as fast as you can to get them out to play!**
I have to questions if you would be kind enough to answer:
a-do you start with dark colors and work up to the lighter ones, or the other way around?
b-do you paint the pieces before assembly or after assembly? I cant see how it is physically possible fo you can get to a brush in there!
**I personally whipped together a 1850 points space marine army over the course of three or four months and play with them, while I work on others. Just so I have a painted army for tournaments etc.
-Master Darius of the Crusaders