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  1. Wow! those are very impressive. I have a lot of those exact old sculpts and they are not the most detailed in the world to be sure. So, seeing them this well done is doubly impressive. Thanks for sharing.
  2. Thanks for the comments. I appreciate em.
  3. I finished this guy up for our local painting contest at the end of the Thundercliff peaks league. He came in at 3rd which I was happy with. Let me know what you think. Lots more pics here> http://scottysworkshop.blogspot.com/2011/05/oaths-kept.html
  4. It breaks my heart too, to know that all of them that I have, is all I will ever have....
  5. Finished up this little dude the other night. Let me know what you think. Thanks for looking.
  6. Thanks! I was pretty pleased with how they turned out.
  7. Decided to crank this unit out over the last week or so. Let me know what you think.
  8. Thanks! Only reason I didnt stick with red is because I play Khador as well, and I basically followed the studio scheme for those guys. Wanted my two main armies to look very different.
  9. Thanks! I do indeed have a bunch more skorne painted like this. 2 Savages and 1 Brute, with Molik Karn soon to be started s well. I will try to snap a pic today.
  10. Finished these two up in the last few days. had a terrible time getting any decent pics of the Extoller. Hope you enjoy, thanks for looking.
  11. As far as my experience with the P3's goes. I like the paint. It has good coverage and is very smooth. I needs thinning quite a bit more than other paints but that does not bother me. The pots they come in are by far(imo) the worst in the industry. The tops break off, or they get gummed up to the point of not being able to close all the way. you do get more paint for your dollar versus GW paints as well.
  12. Thanks for all the comments! unfortunately I cant snap a pic with another fig. This guy has gone off to his new home. If it helps at all though, I did have to hot glue him to a peanuts can, to give me something to hold onto. and he filled the top of that very well.
  13. Just finished this monster up. He was a commission for our local Pressganger. He was pretty fun albeit very frustrating to paint. Lots more angles here. TiTAN
  14. Did a quick write-up on how I go about making Razor wire for my figs bases or terrain pieces. Razor wire An example of the results it yields.
  15. @ Alex3:I do think they could be used for rocks and such. once the stuff is fully cured, it is very similar to pink foam consistency. it can be carved or sanded pretty easily. @ Malefactus: Thanks for the suggestion. Should work out well too, as I live in Utah and the entire state is covered in Sage Brush. @Warlordgarou: I'd love to see some pics of what others have done with expanding foam.
  16. Thanks Ferox. Once the foam dries it is really light weight. If tipping becomes a problem you could always just glue a metal washer to the underside of the base you mounted the tree on.
  17. Heres a quick Write up on how I make trees for my gaming tables. Write up link.....TREES
  18. I am also in the same boat with those that liked the first 5 books. They have become increasingly dull and repetitive though, and I dont think I shall ever finish. If I could recommend a good series (IMO) The Riftwar Saga by Raymond Feist. Loved every spec of it.
  19. These look great! The purple fading to black is excellent. Cant wait to see more.
  20. Gotta say that I like the darker one a smidge more as well. I do think this scheme will look great on your Legion beasts. Cant wait to see it.
  21. Also like the freehand very much, and the fact that you gave her a bowstring....Awesome!
  22. I really like these. All the colors on the Wilder work very well together, and the lighter stone for the Wold is awesome. Very nicely done. Any glorious plans for the basing?
  23. Stellar as usual my friend. And good on ya for finally getting him done.
  24. Thanks! and, yes it is. Here ;) Jungle tomb.
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