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PP - Gnarlhorn Satyre Officer and Musician

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From the topic title, I had thought that you converted two Satyrs into a musician and officer (the idea of a satyr with a set of drums seems pretty cool to me).

 

I really like the skin on your satyr.  That oranngey brown is really working with the texture you've got going.

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That satyre looks wonderful, you can tell that he got lots of love and attention.  I can definitely see that base being a pain to paint around, but the results look lovely and lush in the end!  ^_^

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Nice work on the satyr. Love the grunginess on his green armor, looks great!

 

I also like the brightness of the Striders. Good stuff!

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From the topic title, I had thought that you converted two Satyrs into a musician and officer (the idea of a satyr with a set of drums seems pretty cool to me).

 

I really like the skin on your satyr.  That oranngey brown is really working with the texture you've got going.

Agreed. I love the skin you worked up on the Satyr. 

 

I'm also a huge fan of the OSL from the eyes.

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Nice work on the Satyr! I'm guessing that's the PP Plastic kit? I kind of like it compared to some of their other plastic warbeasts (yeah, I'm looking at YOU Dire Trolls).

 

Never really been a big fan of the strider sculpts, but I like the paint job you gave them.

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Thanks everybody!

 

From the topic title, I had thought that you converted two Satyrs into a musician and officer (the idea of a satyr with a set of drums seems pretty cool to me).

 

I really like the skin on your satyr.  That oranngey brown is really working with the texture you've got going.

 

I just did the title real quick and noticed that myself after I saved. I figured oh well, maybe it will garner more curiosity. My original very dark brown was still blending into all the other browns on his body, so the orangey color was something I tried in order to try and make it stand out, but still match the rest of the colors. Thanks, I am glad it works.

 

Nice work on the Satyr! I'm guessing that's the PP Plastic kit? I kind of like it compared to some of their other plastic warbeasts (yeah, I'm looking at YOU Dire Trolls).

 

Never really been a big fan of the strider sculpts, but I like the paint job you gave them.

 

It is the metal version, but the new plastic sculpt is nice too though. I personally dislike the plastic PP models and try to avoid them when I can. Not just because I feel like it cheapens what I am doing, but for some reason I really have a tough time painting plastic. Every one of my plastic models is significantly poorer in painting quality than my metal ones, but why I don't know.

 

The striders....they are a pain. Since these were different looking models I tried to give them a little more attention, but I really don't like painting grunts. Glueing little arms is not my forte either, I think at least half of their arms I squeezed off when picking them up. I now use some sculpting putty in combination with glue, helps, but not perfect.

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Yeah...little arms on grunts...urgh. The posts and divits they make are never deep enough or snug enough to hold well, so I always end up pinning these things. It gets old, but at least my models are sturdy.

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I haven't pinned anything in a while.. I have had only one break since I have been using the putty n glue together and to be honest, it was really my fault for the way I was handling it while gluing to the base.

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