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I remember that set on the shelf sooo long ago ... looking forward to your unboxing!

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Such beautiful older minis..

 

I like those a lot.

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46 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Such beautiful older minis..

 

I like those a lot.

They are really beautiful figures. I set up this WIP because I need to keep motivated to keep working on them!  As of yet, not too far, but I just started so I guess it's fair.

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I remember those! They look fantastic, I look forward to seeing how they turn out.

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Ohhhh, I had that set. They are a lovely couple! Looking forward to seeing what you do with them.

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14 hours ago, Pingo said:

Ohhhh, I had that set. They are a lovely couple! Looking forward to seeing what you do with them.

Hoping for some time to work on their flesh this weekend.  I have a feeling these are going to take a while. I'm naturally slow and on top of that, these are pretty large.

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Wow, these sculpts are beautiful! It's the first time I've seen them. I never knew Grenadier had such nice figures. Thanks for posting your WIP on them. 

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3 hours ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Wow, these sculpts are beautiful! It's the first time I've seen them. I never knew Grenadier had such nice figures. Thanks for posting your WIP on them. 

Grenadier has produced tons of figures and had some really beautifully sculpted pieces. There was a whole Giant series that was absolutely fantastic.

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1858568E-516F-431F-A1C3-0330B45DB335.thumb.jpeg.6565177130ec54415c3e39a5840e5a63.jpeg728A2413-945E-4566-B61B-11EE73EC25D8.thumb.jpeg.e3aa0661f28b7ffbfc4aeeb994430fdf.jpega little bit more progress, put more shadows in....

used:

ritterlich blue

dark elf highlights 

dark elf skin

dark elf shadow

 

next will start working up to white

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