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Huh. I don't recognize either of those. I kinda dig the blue goat-guy, though. And you've definitely got drybrushing down.

 

EDIT: Also, don't be afraid to ask for advice on specific techniques here. Or join us for general jibber-jabber over here.

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Huh. I don't recognize either of those. I kinda dig the blue goat-guy, though. And you've definitely got drybrushing down.

 

EDIT: Also, don't be afraid to ask for advice on specific techniques here. Or join us for general jibber-jabber over here.

 

Drybrushing was made infinitely easier in these attempts with the help of a blow drier. :P

 

Someday I may venture into the other scary dark corners of this forum... but after I get some sleep. I don't want to be caught embarrassing myself with 2am gigglies on my first day registered here. 

 

 

i want a  "Box of Misfit Minis"  :unsure:

 

 

i love the ghostly beastmen  ^_^

 

It's a really cool concept! I may go in and get more, but the pickings are rather slim. Lots of Crossbow guys' little dwarf buddies, as well as broken pieces and another few beastmen/goat dudes. I feel like I'm going to be running a foster home here soon...

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No scary dark corners here, unless you count the air ducts, where we keep the Buglips.

 

I looked in the contest thread and felt instant regret for not getting into the hobby sooner. I'm afraid to look at more now. :P

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No scary dark corners here, unless you count the air ducts, where we keep the Buglips.

 

I looked in the contest thread and felt instant regret for not getting into the hobby sooner. I'm afraid to look at more now. :P

 

Year of the Giants is ongoing, as is the Fall Exchange.

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Cat,

The Ram-o-Taur is a plastic beastman of chaos from Games Workshop. That specific sculpt is OPP long ago. It is also OOAB (Out Of Army Book) meaning it matches nothing in any current army list. Or at least that was the case last time I checked.

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Cat,

The Ram-o-Taur is a plastic beastman of chaos from Games Workshop. That specific sculpt is OPP long ago. It is also OOAB (Out Of Army Book) meaning it matches nothing in any current army list. Or at least that was the case last time I checked.

 

Think I bought a box of ten for $12 at retail when they came out. Those were the good ol' days.

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Cat,

The Ram-o-Taur is a plastic beastman of chaos from Games Workshop. That specific sculpt is OPP long ago. It is also OOAB (Out Of Army Book) meaning it matches nothing in any current army list. Or at least that was the case last time I checked.

 

Holy cow, awesome! Beastman of Chaos sounds MUCH cooler than Ram-o-Taur! Thanks for getting to me on that one! I really appreciate it! 

 

The dwarf is RAFM, but I'm not sure which exact line offhand.  Pretty sure it's one of Bob Murch's scuplts, the cloak has his trademark early style.

 

Thanks! You guys are totally awesome!

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I like both paint jobs as well.  While different from the style most people post here, I like the use of interesting color choices and strong, bold contrasts.

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Awesome paintjobs! I prefer the chaos beastman, but they're both very well done.

 

BTW the dwarf is indeed a RAFM sculpt, it was done for their skirmish game 'Death in the Dark'.

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