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I spent the afternoon at Reaper's Asylum cleaning up a couple of models. I did a wee Wood Elf and then started on this bad boy.
I only got as far as his two wings, but it was worth it because their company paintjitsu master was there for paint club. I'd file and cut, hand the piece to Anne, she'd hem and haw, tell me one looked better than the other, point out an overlooked mold line, and hand it back to me. Eventually, I got the thumbs up and now feel better about tackling the rest of the prep process on my own.
I've never tackled a model this big, never done a dragon of any sort, and I do want him to look sharp. He's a back burner project, but I want to be able to field him for fun and kick of my refreshed VC army with a sharp model.
Very nice! I want to see this monster of a model put together.. then eventually painted. You have an ETA?
Eldar Project Log
Saim-Hann Eldar: 5000 Points
Yikes, I'll post to subscribe to this one! Best of luck!
This could be a bit of fun. Is the Gigantic Bone Dragon called Ike, or is that your Vampire's name?
Ike... it's got a nice ring to it!
Yikes! I suddenly feel so petty for being fed up with building Cryx 'jacks! Good luck with that beast, can't wait to see what you do with it.
Let all mortals tremble at the name of he whose fury upturns the ages, Dread Lord Ike!
Noice mini you got yourself there, looking forward to seeing it painted
CHK CHK BOOM!