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Okay, here we go. I have this lovely Warpwolf Stalker, which I painted a while ago. I have, since I leveled up a bit, revisited the stalker. Here is the original picture: Here is the current front view (and other views) I'm really happy with the extension of what I have done with him, and I'm much happier with the figure as a whole. Any C&C is welcome, but I think I improved significantly from the initial painting to the reworking I've done on this one. C&C is welcome on this one.
So this guy was a present from Mad Jack, but I had to paint him. I am rather pleased with him and see a few points I need to touch up, but I am calling him done now. Since people usually want larger pictures I have decided to oblige and see if this makes people happier Overhead Front Side 1 Side 2 Back I hope he make some people happy. As frustrating as he was I still enjoyed painting him.
The next time I do a project like this I am documenting it from start to finish. I think it took about 3 weeks to finish them all. I had to slow down the pace, because it was feeling more like a job and less of a hobby. Inbetween I took a break and painted a reaper dwarf, but not sure what to do with him (diorama or solo?) I'll have him out before x-mas that is for sure. Hope you enjoy :)
I didn't like how his sword was pointing up so high in the original sculpt (sort of like a baseball player ready to swing a bat.) So I lowered it a bit and used some scupting putty to fill in the gaps around his arm. OMG another minis that I had to paint in pieces. After I painted the whole body, I then painted the arm/sword, then glued them together. I don't have the best of times with any superglue. I sat on the couch for about 20 minutes before letting go. Sometimes that doesn't mean anything and the part will still fall off, but luck be a lady that night, he kept the arm. Woo hoo!