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  1. Been busy. Super Shredder, Human Bebop and Rocksteady, a Bruiser and some gunner thugs. Inspiration for 3 of my gunners: Captain Kirk, GTA 3 and GTA Vice City.
  2. Jasper_the_2nd

    Jasper paints Turtles?

    Working on a colour scheme for something else, so I figured I'd start small and see how it goes. Here's one of the 77270: Spikeshell Warriors, slathered in brown liner. And here's the plan: Isn't he cute!?
  3. Matbar

    Critter Commandos - Turtles

    I painted up these four turtles from the Critter Commandos game for my kid. No real serious attempts at shading, just a bit on the shells and skins. He wanted them done with some bits on there matching the colors of the TMNTs. And the barrels on the big guy in red are each painted a requested color to designate different types of weapons. I received very specific instructions on that part. Anyways, nothing fancy, but they were fun little tabletop pieces.
  4. These are two turtle warriors which came in the Bones II set "Swamp Things." They look like they are based on alligator snapping turtles, so I think I am going to paint them the mud-brown camouflage the critters have in real life. For the moment I have primed them with Reaper's Brown Liner, sloshed some green on their bases, and glued them to one-inch fender washers. Something interesting I discovered while gluing them: Dried epoxy peels right off of parchment paper. This could prove useful, and I think I'm going to start a thread on it in painting tips.
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