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Goblin's reaper shipment came in this afternoon while we were playing pathfinder. Excuse the shaky cam as Vince started chasing me around the store to get my phone away after I took this... seems he's against getting his picture taken and the woman work's there also... very cosmopolitan for a game store. so extras they had were a kala cthulhu and wrymgear unless some of the other boxes in the back had anything else I believe the final count was 7 vampire boxes.

 

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Got my nethermaul tonight, they scrounged up one from someone who didn't pick up their preorder.
There's a couple of gaps I'm going to have to touch up with liquid green stuff but over all I'm Very happy with how sturdy this guy is, And for the moment I'm not sharing My plans for it Untill I get started on it.

 

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I tend to bounce around and paint whatever happens to suit my mood, after getting off work yesterday I cleaned/assembled kala maul and started playing around.
splattered crimson is going to be my base muscle color with some lighter reds and pinks and whites for tendon's and fat and prehaps some black/gray drybrushing for rot., I'm still deciding on dragon type at this point.

Oh and stupid mistake of the week, Paint the hard to reach spots BEFORE you assembly the mini.........

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There was a Huge gap behind his head, about thick enough for a quarter to fit into >.<

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Smoothing out the gap in the ribs.

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Chest gaps

 

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found a warhammer site that sold the "bits" I wanted to add to maul... now to wait till they come in.

 

I should add a Point I didn't pay anywhere Near retail >,> I despise warhammer price scales.

 

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Parts came in this morning... Holy crap they are TINY

 

 

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and here's what it's supposed to look like.

 

 

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Got the throne and legs cleaned and assembled, Now it's Off to run my pathfinder game.

 

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doing some test base coating to see how I like it.

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Mmmm blurry...

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also I'm finished with the colossal skeleton, will see about getting some pic's after work tonight.

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Looks like the right blue to me. So you are adding a rider? Very clever!

Yes the difficult part is going be in the placement as it doesn't have a secure fit and is prone to falling off to one side, I'm toying with the idea of pining the seat to maul's spine.

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