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Everything posted by K2h2m3

  1. In all honesty not a fan of the static grass on the dragon, but it is executed with a flowing precision. The real masterpiece is the base and how you made the two flow seamlessly. Bravo!
  2. I think it might be intentional as it is a strange place to get an imperfection or mold damage. I don't think the set was unpopular but it was the last blister pack to be produced for the Grenadier AD&D line before the license ran out. There is also a standing stone with skulls at the base that was released in the blister.
  3. My copy of this miniature has the same hole on the back of her hand. Great paint job on an old piece of lead!
  4. Although I'm not a fan of green orcs, this is an amazing paint job.
  5. A thirty minute soak in Krud Kutter graffiti remover will remove the primer from Wizkids minis. Just run it under hot water and scrub with a soft toothbrush.
  6. The mounted one if iirc is a different sculpt. I think that one is the Chaos lord mounted and unmounted. I had both back in the day.
  7. The female one is grenadier. From the large D&D boxed set 5001: Dungeon explorers.
  8. I think you may be thinking of a black orc. IIRC he had an axe in one hand and a scimitar in the other.
  9. Thank you! It's been a pretty good day. I've gotten in some airbrush time AND some brush work too!
  10. Looks very similar to a Heritage Gandalf figure.
  11. Iirc the beef patty is dehydrated. Has a texture similar to crunchy styrofoam. If you re-hydrate it it's not bad but it takes a long time. The pre-flight or flight thing is because it will expand in your stomach.
  12. I ordered five Da Vinci brushes from Blick last year. All arrived safely with no problems.
  13. Yeah. Unfortunately, not the same thing. It's actually more like an acrylic base. Closest thing would be Reaper's sealer.
  14. I like seeing those Rules Cyclopedias on the table!
  15. On the subject of removing the primer from the figures, I've tried Isopropyl alcohol, pinesol, simple green and finally out of frustration acetone(I knew it would damage the mini at the very least). None of them worked very well. They took a very long time and required vigorous scrubbing with less than satisfactory results. Then I broke down and tried Krud Kutter graffiti remover. Thirty minute soak and maybe five minutes of scrubbing and ninety-nine percent of the primer was removed.
  16. Those are lead miniatures and easily broken. Not sure I would attempt to convert one. I've made repairs to a few and it is fiddly at best and definitely creates a weak point. I look forward to seeing what you do with these.
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