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  1. This is likely to become a very long and slow thread since I only have the main Nativity Set and one Wise man yet... Anyway, onto the wood 'stable'... Since I just got the Vallejo Old & New wood effect paint set, I decided to use that. (Actually, I got the set for this mini) First I primed it with IDF Israeli Sand Primer: Then I coated with 71.131 Concrete. The star is based with Reaper's Palomino Gold, of course. Then Sand Grey happened... A wash of Model Wash 76.517 Dark Grey, highlights of RAL1001 Elfenbein 71.075, and some Reaper Bones Dragon Gold on the star. I think it's mostly ready now, just need a bit of cleanup here and there, some varnish, and a base... Yeah, I gotta think about that... (It needs to be able to hold all the Nativity minis after all) Also, because of the instructions, I think that paint set is worth the price, and with a bit more experience with it I should be able to produce some really nice results. (I used a crappy #1 synthetic for everything but the star, where I used a crappy #0. None of the woodwork requires a good brush, really.)
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