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Metal !!

Got one last day !!!


wow I saw nothing!! what did you buy  :? :? :?
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The Count's Tavern / Re: What literature are you reading?
« Last post by Gankom on Today at 02:07:24 PM »
It certainly has been a very different series. I for one really enjoyed Skin Game, but at the same time we're seeing a very different Dresden in it.

I actually really enjoyed the Marcone short story in Brief Cases. It showed a very interesting side of him and his crew, as well as just how dangerous he is.
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That's disgusting! In such a good way for Nurgle.
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Metal !!

Got one last day !!!

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9th AGE / Re: T9A forum - engaging with game creators - does it work?
« Last post by Warlord on Today at 01:35:11 PM »
Personally, I feel fluff is needed to justify unit choices and themes of armies. Without it, they have been relying on GW fluff for a long time. Which is fine I guess.

I know they released the Dark Gods book, but lots of people from what I understood consider the 7 deadly sins a bit meh?
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The Brush and Palette / Re: They pay, I paint, they play
« Last post by Warlord on Today at 01:32:54 PM »
It is mine...

To be honest, its probably one of the only mold lines I am ok with leaving, just because it was such a pain, and I felt the more I did to it, the more I was making it worse. Plastic cement may have worked, not sure - I don't use it all that much to be honest.

Let me see it in person first, because before it was painted, I didn't notice it all that much....
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Hey guys,

Been a while since I posted in this thread, thought I would revive it and post various stuff I have photos of, and hopefully encourage me to take more photos too...

Anyway, first up is a converted Dragon Ogre I made a while back (well, I actually made 8 of them, but this is the only one I have painted so far)...







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 :eusa_clap: looks good. Really like the puss in wounds
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The Brush and Palette / Re: They pay, I paint, they play
« Last post by Padre on Today at 12:24:48 PM »
For lines like that visible due to a join I put liquid plastic glue on and then use an old brush to brush to melt away the line. I used the technique on the Games Workshop Watchtower which had very annoying join lines. I combine it with scalpel work.
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