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  1. This bizarre little guy came in a blister with a Rakshasa. The rakshasa is smaller than the rust monster. The rust monster is an odd sculpt, but adorable in his own way, and he was a fun, quick paint-up...the Rakshasa may be destined for a melt bucket, he's so bad. Anyway, from the depths of the 80's, from the dark days of lead (see, it's a pun, because lead is darker than tin...oh, never mind), I give you, RUST MONSTER! Bane of adventurers, eater of weapons and armor. About two hours, maybe three, to paint him. The rust effect on his shield is stolen whole cloth from Jabberwocky, whose tutorial on the subject can be found, with some search-fu, in these very forums, but more readily on his blog, here: http://jabberwockyminiatures.blogspot.com/p/rust-tutorial.html My major change to the method described is that I wanted an effect of rust in-progress, so there's a bunch more metallic on this little guy's snack than you see in the tutorial. C&C welcome!
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