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Well, Dita was going to be my first Mini... but it looks more like she will be my second. Or maybe third at this rate of progress... I've rebased her three times. I've reprimed her five or six times. I've lost count. So, I decided this time to play with white and black primer both. Why not? I'll probably be doing this again... I've also started step 1 of the Bette Davis Eyes tutorial... debating if maybe I should seal the eyes before step 2, to make clean up of mistakes easier. Also, Dita needed a cat. A steampunk cat. So I gave it goggles. With a itty bitty buckle on the
Wyrmgear is the large new steampunk dragon to be released as part of the Bones Kickstarter of 2012. http://www.reapermini.com/Miniatures/previews/latest/77177 It's a pretty fun figure, a Victorian-style mechanical dragon. Elsewhere people have been discussing how they plan to paint and decorate it when it arrives as part of the Bones Kickstarter next spring. While musing over decorating approaches I recalled a source I found of masses of teeny-tiny watch gears and parts. http://www.amazon.com/Lisa-Pavelka-2-Ounce-Crafting-Silver/dp/B0053GA0DI They are dismantled watch inna
Chronoscope #50165, "Decker Lugstampf, Steampunk Hero," painted up as a steampunk "White Knight" for a "Wonderland No More" scenario. Just for pure silliness, I took a spare plastic Warhammer Fantasy barded horse head from my "bitz" box, and hollowed out the base with a conical Dremel cutter tool, so that I could fit the head as a helmet over the "White Knight's" head. I left it as a separate, removable piece, though of course all it takes is a light bump of the table and off it falls! (I suppose that's not entirely out of character, considering the White Knight's canonical depiction i