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  1. Jasonator

    Galahad TBM-3009

    This Miniature has been a "learner"..since it has been two weeks of an uphill slog with it. If you want to read of my thoughts, its on the WIP page. This is the last of the Thunderbolt Series that my son gave me. I have enjoyed the challenge of these, and there has been plenty on this miniature. As always, Comments and criticism is welcomed and greatly appreciated.
  2. Jasonator

    Galahad on Horse TBM-3009

    I am a bit shocked, but this is actually the last Thunderbolt Mountain, 25 mm miniature I have. Glad to see that it is one without a helm (so I have the pleasure of doing a face on this scale again). Galahad has all the looks of simplicity, which means it is more treacherous than otherwise..LOL. I already have spent hours filing off mold marks, and getting it onto a base. There is one mold line on left leg that has been scraped and filed down, I don't want to do anymore to it, since it risks damaging the sculpt at this point. I'll let the primer and paint do its magic on that. So..I'm off on another gallop, though in keeping with my new habit of taking my time, this WON'T be done in a week, by a long shot. Looks like I have ample opportunity to have fun.
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