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Hello everyone! I am new to this forum and my name is Matt.

 

I have a question that maybe some of you that have experience can hopefully help me with. I want to purchase the "Technic League Captain" mini from the Pathfinder series (link below) This model really has the look i was going for with one of my characters. The only problem is that he is bald. My character has long hair. What ways would i go about sculpting and attaching long hair to this character? I have painted before but iv'e never sculpted or modified anything. Hopefully someone can give me some advice. Thank you =)

 

 

 

http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/Pathfinder/sku-down/60113

 

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