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Kaladrax In Seven Days! Buglips is Crazy! WIP


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I think buglips could have done this in 2-3 days if he had a 2" brush (5.1cm or a little less than 3 digits Not sure if buglips is metric, imperial or Ancient Egyptian). What do you say buglips... you game to do it again? I am thinking about just trying to "dip" Kaladrax and see how it goes. may have to test this on a bones skeleton.

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I think buglips could have done this in 2-3 days if he had a 2" brush (5.1cm or a little less than 3 digits Not sure if buglips is metric, imperial or Ancient Egyptian). What do you say buglips... you game to do it again? I am thinking about just trying to "dip" Kaladrax and see how it goes. may have to test this on a bones skeleton.

Oh, well! You spoiled my surprise for a Spilgub WIP with Spray Bone Primer and a 1 1/2" brush on my painting table. With glowing energy inside. I just need to find out how to sell the glow vs looking like blood.

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He looks meaner than he really is. He's just a big skeletal kitten, really. Just don't assemble anything until it's all painted and it should go pretty easy.

Eeekkk to late! He has been sprayed with skelly bone though and isn't on attached to the base.

 

If you could add how u terrorize your pcs with drax on this thread at a later date I wouldn't complain!

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You might still be ok Shogun. I'm a big glue it all together and then paint it, because then I'll have a chance at filling any cracks.

 

But it does sometimes make it hard to get at some bits to get good smooth detail.

 

And I also practice an obscure form of Yoga called "Painting in Tight Corners".

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Good thing I stocked up on elf traps.

 

Glad this isn't an anime reference. :D

 

Anyway, the close-ups have the bone look greyish, while the entire bodyshot they look whiter. Is that an effect of the light? How do the pieces usually look on the gaming table?

 

Thanks for the forewarnings on the base. That's going to be a lot of work... ):

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