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post-11942-0-33424800-1364535594_thumb.jpgThis is (1 of 5) Inquisitor figures I have in this series. When I have a " dullness " in my fantasy painting/creation ideas, I turn to one of these figures to paint as a change of pace. I do not consider these figures to be in the same category as my dislike for painting space marines.

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I have never painted a Space Marine---no, wait I helped someone drybrush a Terminator once, at a Friendly Local Game Store in a County Far, Far, Away. Anyway what is so bad about painting them?

 

This Eisenhorn figure he is a bigger, different scale, yes? 54mm? 72mm?

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I have never painted a Space Marine---no, wait I helped someone drybrush a Terminator once, at a Friendly Local Game Store in a County Far, Far, Away. Anyway what is so bad about painting them?

 

This Eisenhorn figure he is a bigger, different scale, yes? 54mm? 72mm?

Yes, the figure is a larger scale (I think it is 72mm), but not sure. There is nothing wrong or bad about painting Space Marines. It is that doing so is not (my cup of tea)! I just get no enjoyment out of painting Space Marines, tanks, artillery, fighter planes, etc...To me (all these lack the imagination of fantasy visions as you go about painting them). I admire painters who paint them and enjoy seeing their work!

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The freehand on the inside of the coat...wow very nice. stripping on the medaliions ribbon nice touch.

 

The overall color scheme is great and the paint job is well executed.

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