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  1. Yeah, I'm a freelance character artist - so I'm used to working with "soft physics" in the line drawings. I definitely appreciate the reminder for modeling, though! (Not sure i would have remembered, given I'll be a rookie fighting against the medium here. Lol) These will be covered, partly due to me having nieces/ nephews over frequently. So that advice of not trying to do it all in one go is very applicable. :) And big thanks again!
  2. related note - is there a "best" 2part epoxy brand?
  3. That adds up. I bought a Chinese knock off a few years back when i initially started the hobby. I'll get some fresh green stuff and go from there. Thanks for the advice on how!
  4. Thanks all! - i didn't have basing materials on me at the time. I'll for sure do that. :) - can't really take credit for color scheme since that's sorta provided by FFG. Glad to hear the colors work, though!
  5. First painting in a few years. Yay. Ursula Downs from the Arkham Files games (this sculpt from one of the Mansions of Madness boxes)
  6. Apologies upfront for the topic, but I'm wondering if y'all have advice for adding a 2nd breast to the Slaanesh daemonette figures from GW. I'll pass on explaining context. Short sum, though, is i have some 17 daemonette figurines from Games Workshop Warhammer Age of Sigmar (they're the twisted single-breast claw-arm foot soldiers for the Slaanesh chaos god faction). And i would like to add a 2nd breast so they fit in with proxy models. I'm fairly new to the hobby, hence inexperienced with model conversion. So yeah, outside of sidestep solutions like "just sell the figures", do all y'all have suggestions on how to approach this? - i.e. objects that could work? - or am i stuck using 2 part poxy? (The bunch i have went hard and is near impossible to fine sculpt with) Thanks in advance
  7. I suspect you're lying. that's really good for your first mini. ;)
  8. solid job with the fabric designs ^^
  9. I picked up some better (stronger) nippers and just took a little more time getting it together. But yeah, thanks again, everyone!
  10. where did you buy this guy? I could actually use a figure like him. lol
  11. this. I do have slotted bases. that's not the issue (fortunately) The issue is that I can't get my current (limited) cutting tools between the base-slot and the long-bar that's the basis of the spru (the one with the part number stamped in it)
  12. So, I'm expanding my horizons, and I got a sprue model. yay. Unfortunately these spanish inquisition boys have slotted bases that run flush with the sprue holder. It's a fairly hard resin, and I can't make any dents with my hobby knife. ... so ... what tool do I need in order to get these slotted bases to disconnect from the core sprue? :c Thanks in advance
  13. Found this painted picture of the Reaper model. That one looks like it's close enough to what I need. May just elevate him a little so other figures can stand behind where the tail is is all. ^^ thanks! Funny you say that! The whole point is I'm making a villain for Descent, namely that white dragon that appears on the box cover art and nowhere else in the game. lol So yeah, Valyndra's a great model, but sadly won't work for my intentions. ^^;;;
  14. something I've found to be super frustrating is that a lot of the Amazon listings state the product dimensions in terms of PACKAGE dimensions. There's a lot of instances where that differs from the actual model itself. Being said, the Nolzur one looks like it fits the bill close enough. =) thanks for the heads up. and yeah, I'll check the others as well. Overhang's fine as long as the overhang isn't ground level (i.e. I can still get minis in on the adjacent spaces).
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