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03500, Mason Thornwarden, Ranger

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Mason Thornwarden, Ranger. Reaper Item # 03500. Same style as all my other pieces. cork board and flocking on the base and heavily clear coated for table top. Also added a string on the bow.

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Good work on stringing the bow,  how did you do that? I have just bought this mini and would like to try doing this on mine as well. Great work by the way.

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for stringing the bow i used a half hitch knot and just looped the thread over the bow two or three times then did the same on the other side after wards i touched the knots with a very small amount of super glue to set them they have a few tutorials on you tube. binge watch a few of those and you'll be able to pull it off.  the good thing is if you wind up with a little slack in the string you can bend the bow to tighten it up and make it look like you got it right the first time. I just wish i could get a good set of pictures without all the glare, they look so much better in person.

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On 4/17/2018 at 4:08 AM, cakira21 said:

for stringing the bow i used a half hitch knot and just looped the thread over the bow two or three times then did the same on the other side after wards i touched the knots with a very small amount of super glue to set them they have a few tutorials on you tube. binge watch a few of those and you'll be able to pull it off.  the good thing is if you wind up with a little slack in the string you can bend the bow to tighten it up and make it look like you got it right the first time. I just wish i could get a good set of pictures without all the glare, they look so much better in person.

 

Gee, thanks mate. Will try that method on my next bow mini.

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Very cool!  You really achieved a nice base.

 

I am currently painting the metal version and will post the pictures when I am finished.

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