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Yeah I am doing it again. Kinda mad I know. This time I chose Stormwing to do as I have done Ebonwrath, my wife is planning to do Deathsleet and my daughter is planning Kryphrixis. So the rolls....
Kinda boring really. Oh well. Here we go.
Assembled. Needs se filling around the wing roots. Will need to think about the base. Really boring.
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I have chosen Stormwing and will be doing the 3 star challenge (Only my 3 rolled colors + Black / White for Shading/Highlighting)
And my rolls:
16: Cloudy Grey (main color)
10: Imperial Purple (secondary Color)
2: Clotted Red (misc color)
So here's the thread for the rules:
I picked Stormwing. And here were my rolls:
I will also be attempting the 3 Star Challenge version, so I will have my colour palette limited to my 3 rolled paints, plus black and white.
I did a quick once over of the mold lines and then glued most of him together and threw some green stuff into the gaps.
You're also allowed to prime with Brown Liner, so I'll be doing that next.
There's no time limit and I can use any size brush I like, which will be a refreshing change for me.
So, My sister has a 'Best Friend Forever', and that friendship has lasted... long enough that one of them has become a grandmother...
And my sister had her Birthday recently, and I figured to give her something slightly special...
Ice Blue and Moss Green dress.
Moss Green and Ice Blue dress...
Side by side...
And seen from the back:
The bases was made as a single base using a Happy Seppuku stamp, cut to size, then split down the middles with a knife.
The base material was some cheap air-drying stuff I found at 'Sisters Greene'. PAintjob is Concrete and Rock Grays, and a dark gray wash in the cracks, then a matte varnish all over, with some gloss varninsh added to the cracks afterwards.
I probably should have made it possible to remove a mini with it's 'half base' from the plastic base so that it could be placed next to the other, but the base material is just so brittle that I didn't think it would survive very long.
The plastic 'stepped' bases comes with plastic domes, to protect the minis from dust.
Sorry about the poor lighting. And the focus could have been better, too, but I was in a bit of a hurry to get them finished, photographed and given away.
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