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About nervisfr

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  • Birthday 07/21/1965

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  1. sorry to forget that forum rules. i change the pic
  2. well, just a shot of the paintjob in progress :
  3. The painting is started now.... A picture of the job will follow soon !
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    Werebear (as a Panda)

    Excellent idea ! Great work of conversion by paint job only !
  5. and now the picture ! the victim is a Greek slinger from Redoubt Ent
  6. Hey guys, For the wargame rules "Of God And Mortals" , i have to create an Amazonian yeti like ; The Mapinguari ; A cross over between a one-eyed Bigfoot and a giant sloth with a second jaw in the belly. like that : As i have the yeti in stock........he became my version of the beast Cheers Eric
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    Aard Paints Reaper Bones Yeti x12 (4 Bigfoot, 8 Yeti)

    Great ! Yeti as bigfoot is a good idea ! I'm a great adept of unconventional use of figurines....i have turn off some yetis as preshistoric hominids . Cheers Eric
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    03767: Nemesra as "Jezebel"

    she is a beauty.......the girl and the figurine Well done and very imaginative!
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    Boar Demon

    Great work ! like the paint choice
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    Clint's Collection

    as promised you, i link this topic to my new blog's page edition about a Golem conversion : right here guys (and girls ?) cheers Eric
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    77256: Brass Bull

    Great ! excellent brass rendering
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    Mouseling druid as Fromage (cheesomancer)

    What a lovely little Creature
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    Clint's Collection

    Thank you Clint for your kind answer. welcome home. Eric
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    Purple Worm

    Thank you guys. the work is very easy to complete and don't need a very high level of skill. the painting is based on drybrush technic with acrylic colors. the big one was undercoated with black but received a blue color on his back before the purple paint is applicated. That give a different final color from the small ones. Eric
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