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So one of my players bought a hero forge 3d model and then printed it. I've based it, primed it and now I'm painting it in the color combination he requested. I have just finished the base layer (the goggles will be gold with green glass)

Hope he's happy when it's finished :D

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Update: Ready for an inkwash

 

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Yes, I'm fully aware that I haven't done any painting in more than three weeks, hopefully I'll have some extra time this weekend so I can finish him up :D

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Update: Ready to varnish. I'm going to go with  matte finish, my firend originally wanted gloss finish, but I'm pretty sure that would just ruin this mini. :D If anyone has any suggestions feel free to post!

 

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I had some time this morning so I've finally finished him up. Posted a thread in show off here. :D

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