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Death Angel

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  1. I've had it happen with the mahogany and walnut browns. Only thing I did differently was using an enamel for primer. When I went over that with MSP primer and repainted both colours behaved normally. May be nothing but thought it was mentioning.
  2. Not at all impressed with the cat or the log on the first one. The chicks alright, not what I expected from a line called Master Series though. The sci-fi one is quite neat at least, nice dynamic scene. I hope the next lot are more inspiring though.
  3. It sounds like they are pretty much already there. Aren't there a number of triads that are great for various NMM colours?
  4. It was like that in one of the small country towns I spent a couple of years at in Australia too. A lot of people moving away looking for work, I don't know how they all went with that venture of course but I didn't have trouble getting a job there and I was an 'out of towner'. Perhaps I've been lucky, I dunno, but even moving countries didn't hamper my ability to get the first job I applied for. Perhaps I'm just super employable! LOL
  5. While I'm sure that a good education is important in findin some positions I honestly believe that your attitude and willingness to learn on the job has more to do with getting the position you want than a piece of paper does. I've gotten every job I every went for, only worked in retail as a check out chick for 2 months when I was 17 and didn't finish highschool let alone go to Uni. I now work in IT as the manager of our Helpdesk, Training and Documentation departments for a locally owned globally renowned company. If you want it bad enough you have to work for it. You can't just sit at school and then Uni for so many years, walk out and expect a job to land in your lap just because you have a piece of paper that says you can do it. Most employers are more interested in actual experience and ability than they are in paper. How do you get experience without having been in that position before? By working up to it. Start in a call centre, prove you can do that, move into another area of the same company, prove you can do that job. Get noticed by the people who matter. Make it known that you're interested in a particular position and work hard to get there. Good things come to those who work for them, not those who sit back and wait for them.
  6. Looks like I'm going to have to get me a set of these! My birthday is right around the corner, maybe I still have time to drop some hints! LOL
  7. Of course I still like them K! They look even better in real life than in these pics. They have pride of place on my shelf with several other minis that I've bought/been given over the last 2 years.
  8. Wow, who knew this old thread was still hanging around...
  9. Thanks for the comments guys. I don't think it's a klocke sculpt, but I could be wrong.
  10. Great work on the skin and NMM, love the goggles too, very cool.
  11. It's been quite a while since I posted anything here, especially in this section, but I thought it was about time I got back into it. This is my latest complete piece. Comments and critique are appreciated.
  12. I've seen the cracking problem, just recently too. In this case I believe it was because I'd used an enamel primer (for the first time). I've never had problems over acrylic primers but two triads (I can't remember which ones now but they were all browns) had massive cracking issues over the enamel. I agree that it's not the paints themselves that had the problem cause I've used them for months (nearly a year) and have never seen that behaviour in any of the triads until now.
  13. Or he simply doesn't want to post here anymore. It happens.
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