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Time to get the crew together, starting with the Heritor and Warden!

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Tonight was all about cleaning flash and mold lines, and there was a fair bit to do on both of these ladies. Also the Heritors swords were both really bent. They'll both be cut from their bases tomorrow and attached to new textured bases that all of the crew will be using.

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More on that tomorrow!

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I removed the Heritor and Warden from their bases, as well as those of a sprue of crewmen. Then I mixed up a batch of greenstuff and stamped them with my splintered deck stamp, and then the feet of the figures. I fixed up the lines with my sculpting tool. Now I wait for them to dry!

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Images cropped to exclude Medusa bewbs. 

 

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I'm thinking the Heritor's coat might look better in red and gold.

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Well, back to it. This time working on the Warden. Added in a bit of aqua to the blue, and worked a bunch on her face.

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Not sure it shows, but I was working on red last night.

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I'd appreciate any thoughts, comments, criticism on her. Feel free to be brutal!

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She is LOOKIN' GOOD! I think you should redo the upper lash on her left (viewer's right) eye; re, the white breaks the arch.

The highlight red looks pretty good. I do my highlights on red in orange & yellow/orange; then I do a wash with the base red color.

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