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The Fox is a WONDERFULLY dashing, swashbuckling creation. He certainly is BRILLIANTLY painted...the metalwork is STUNNINGVERY WELL DONE!

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That is one fine scoundrel!

 

Your work on the sword and gems is amazing!

Love the fur and the feather!

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As a group, the Fox Fellows are EVEN MORE impressive than they are individually. You have a real flair for the subject. WONDERFULLY WELL DONE once more!

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I agree, together they look even more awesome!

 

You should build a small display board to show them off!

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More of what thay said ... the sword is outstanding ... well it all is ... but the sword really catches the eye.

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8 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

I agree, together they look even more awesome!

 

You should build a small display board to show them off!

 

Yes, that's exactly the plan! Each model will be individually inserted on 40mm round bases of which they will be removable. This way, it will be possible move them and display them all together on a larger diorama base. At first, I wanted to add magnets under their brocoly base in ordre to magnetise them to their individual base and on the diorama. The challenge it that the magnets I bought, altought very small, are still to big and I don't want to risk messing up the models while drilling. I still need to work this out but I will definitely build a display base for the whole group. ::D:

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 Magnetic tape is flat and easy enough to cut to the shape of a small / medium  base ... 

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6 minutes ago, Boaz said:

 Magnetic tape is flat and easy enough to cut to the shape of a small / medium  base ... 

 

Good idea, I will work this option too, and see what I can get out of it. Thanks alot for the advice. ^_^

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3 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

 

Yes, that's exactly the plan! Each model will be individually inserted on 40mm round bases of which they will be removable. This way, it will be possible move them and display them all together on a larger diorama base. At first, I wanted to add magnets under their brocoly base in ordre to magnetise them to their individual base and on the diorama. The challenge it that the magnets I bought, altought very small, are still to big and I don't want to risk messing up the models while drilling. I still need to work this out but I will definitely build a display base for the whole group. ::D:

 

When you do this, show it please!

 

 

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