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Tuma Windrider from Legendarion.
Another joy to paint with much detail.
For those interested my WIP:
Hope you like him.
Personally I was more satisfied with my job on the Hyena then on this one, but he was fun.
One of my girls discarded her empty perfume bottles.
Now, I'm not a gamer, but I noticed some nice shapes.
It occured to me that many of you could use such things for terrain in your games or even for dioramas.
Here are some examples taken from the internet.
Think about putting them upside down and you could have a gargantuan gem, a temple, an obelisk, a magic conflux?
Some could be used upright. Just remove that spraybutton/ cap thingie..
Maybe this is useful to you?
Feel free to add more ideas.
@ub3r_n3rd sent me a gift.
A nice magnet from Las Vegas, a Bombshell Pirate Girl and a few Rackham Confrontation Minis.
Besides that ( an awesome gift already) he sent me a painted version of my avatar.
Many thanks Paul!
I love it.
It has a special place in my display cabinet ( next to George's @knarthex who had sent me a little wolf painted in the colours of my avatar a while ago)
I wanted to show it to the Forum, it deserves a Show Off.
Our own Wizard most Wild mentioned getting this stuff and finding that it worked for him, so I ordered a bottle of it, as I do a little airbrushing from time to time....
I spent 2 hours or so looking at videos on youtube about how this stuff is used, and decided that the Wolf Demon (77307), that I used for the Hangout Airbrush tutorials last year, would be a good test subject for it, as I was not going to jump straight onto Nathvarr...
The first recommendation I followed was to spray the model with Glosscote, to protect the paint underneath.
I then, again following a tutorial, I daubed the stuff on with a semi junk brush, and let it dry,
I then did another coat, and this is what it looked like after it dried...
(Taken at the end of my paint session last night)
so tonight will see if it works....
ALSO, in one of the tutorials, the artist was coating his W&N SERIES 7 (!) brush with brush soap before painting this stuff on....
The brush I used was one that I liked to use for painting bases and such, and it is pretty much trash by now, even after rinsing often and an overnight soak in W&N Brush Cleaner & Restorer...
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