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  1. From Bones III. More at the blog.
  2. So decided to do a quick experiment. I really wanted there to be actual fluid in my brain in a jar. So I decided to test out Vallejo Still water mixed with transparent blue paint. What I didn't think about was the fact that its air tight in there...so the Still water will never cure....Sooo....oops It could cure I don't know but it might takes days....months...or even years...I also used as little paint as possible and it ended up a bit less translucent that I would have liked but that's ok.
  3. As the shipwreck golem is almost finished I thought I would move on to the brain. It has quiet a footprint so I went with a large base with an apocalyptic feel so here's what I got so far. Vinyl tile is wonderous for road sections
  4. I managed to finish off my set of 12 thralls for the Space Cadets: Away Missions game. These guys are mind controlled humans who effectively act like zombies until you cudgel them over the head and rip out the mind control device. I am not too proud of these paint jobs, mostly because the washes were too uneven. Hopefully I can improve on that when I tackle the aliens. Thematic Paint Used - Alien Flesh...on the helmets. Yeah I know. Next time I'll do better.