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  1. I've always looked at Sir ForScales stance as if he is limping into the final fray of the battle. There is something almost limpy about his stance. I've been saving this one for a while, but I saw a post a few days back with someone that had strong corrosion and rust effects on the the miniature, Deckard (i think) which looked awesome. and i thought. Hey!? I know i'm only beginning but i wonder if i could do similar and it turns out, i'm not as good. Buut.. It's still pretty effective. In my humble opinion. If you've ever seen the 80's movie Excalibur, I was trying to get the effect of the Grail Knights Armour that was just so totally rusted and abused that it barely looked like metal anymore. I wasn't overly happy until i started adding the blood effects seeping through the cracks in the Armour. And so.. without further adieu I give you SirPleaseJustKillmeForScale. Please excuse my photography, apparently my phone is a potato. Cheers, Christopher
  2. This will be more of a 'admit I painted him' thread than a Show-Off. But here are some pix:
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