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  1. I was trying my best to finish this one for the 2013 Dragons painting contest, but could not make it in time. Maybe there will be another contest this year that I can toss him into :) The Archangel took me a week to assemble and a couple of plastic pieces just crumbled in my hand, so I had to sculpt a couple of things myself. The painting took me about 2 weeks, hours and hours... Finally the base took less than an hour. Other than a couple of crumbly plastic bits, everything went smoothly and I think he came out nice. The Proteus and Scythean were touch ups on models I had already pa
  2. Much, Much, Much brighter highlights on boney areas compared to the Scythean model I painted. Although my camera doesn't want to show them very well. Even my wife was blown away by the difference. Had trouble with the tentacles and some confusing areas regarding where the skin was and where the bone is though. I don't use their painting guides, rather just paint it myself and learn by trial, error and what pointers others give me. He is a real big guy, lots of paint, but much easier this time around. Normal Carnivean is next and should be a breeze.
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