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  1. Sculpting a little coat, and giving my Enforcer Judge some long awaited upgrades:
  2. Werewolvians

    92764 Cult of Kirk Enforcer

    Hero or Villain? I would guess hero, just because almost everyone else in the Add On seems like a villain, but since I painted him in the "Cult of Kirk" scheme, and since cultists are usually evil, this guy is now a villain. Maybe he can be saved! This guy must have some sort of divine power to swing that hammer.
  3. misterc

    Enforcer W.I.P.

    Hi, Misterc's son here! I got the Enforcer bundle cheap off ebay late last year, and have been waiting to get started on them. Whilst i like a lot of the colour schemes out there, i feel that something a bit different is in order. I'm aiming for this guy: http://rvb.wikia.com/wiki/North_Dakota Kudos to any who recognise him, and thanks to the great folks at Roosterteeth! Anyway, heres the enforcer after a basic dark gray undercoat I originaly thought this could do as a good colour for the clothing but the covering was both a little sparse and light (it doesn't come out well in the picture) so I painted it again And again after the first layer (except the blade and the head). Highlights to follow. Any advice on the green markings? Any general advice, because I'm not a great painter really and hopefully your collective knowledge can really help here!