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  1. New small project to make a shark piloted small attack tank, for reliable and predictable battle field use. While doing random image searched for apocalyptic stuff as inspiration I ran across the image of a shark on tank treads and thought to myself "this is something I need in my life". I have a ton of tank parts from TEHNOLOG, a Russian toy maker, sadly blocked from new sales for now. With all these parts and small bits box, and some green stuff I'm going to build this thing. The core model is Based on the Reaper 7728: Sharkman. I chopped off his legs and filled the arm socket with putty and sculpted on some amputated fins. Next step is to add a harness below it to hold it up. Need to pick up some flat beads and make some braces on a central tube, should look the part. -JIM
  2. Decided to finally take some (bad) pictures of some things I've painted and put them up here. First up, the Bones Sharkman. I paint to use minis in Pathfinder, so I like to put little touches for characterization. For this guy, he was a recurring threat in a pirate game, I painted a crappy little anchor tattoo on one arm, and a heart with Mom in it on the other.
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