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I painted this guy up as a step by step. You can check out the step by step at:
Step By Step Dwarf Hero - Bugmans Brewery Forum - The Home for all Dwarf Warhammer Fans
And, of course, check him out at CMON: Slayer at CMON
He looks great, i love your gold. The hair is nice too, with the yellowish, color on the tips. i was wondering, what kind of quality are this guys models? ive seen them before on Warseer, and they look amazing as greenstuffed figures, but are they resin or something along that line?
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They are metal alloy, not sure what the mix is. But really nice quality. They come in multi part, so a little bit of assembly is required (you can see what I mean if you hit the step by step, the first part is pinning the model).
Very well done, nice pose as well.
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I have followed this miniature's "creation" on other forums and it is a great guide for anyone looking to do a slayer or for certain areas (ie skin, leather etc). It's a fantastic miniature overall and you have made a great looking miniature look even better!
LocoLobo - That's how it's sculpted, but yes, the pose is a nice one. (Incidentally the new Orc miniature by the same sculptor has a dwarf head under it's foot and is stood in the exact pose. =D )