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Here, Kitty, Kitty : Painted Tabbies!

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A terror of tabbies from the Fireside Games "Here, Kitty, Kitty" boardgame, painted with The Army Painter paints.


I'll be posting a painting tutorial in the BGG "Here, Kitty, Kitty" forum.


The plastic, of course, is boardgame plastic, requiring quite a bit of mold line removal and gap filling. Like red and yellow, orange needs several coats for coverage, so correcting mistakes and painting over shaded colors took awhile.


The remaining *thirty* cats are black, grey, and white, so hopefully won't take as long... <_<


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4 hours ago, Pineapple said:

What were they before you started? Plain orange plastic?


Yep! :)


Thanks for the support -- took me a month to get from the original miniatures to this point. Much time was spent scraping and filling!


Here's the originals:



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Nice work! I like how you made each one unique, that's a neat little touch. :)



--OneBoot :D

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