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I think my Spriggan is borked.  wait, we'll just hire it!  For the Motherland! 

 

Seriously though, that is a nice looking Colossal.  Really nice.

 

My only critique is with the 'fire vents.'  They look flat when compared to the rest of the mini.  I'd like to see a bit of fire in there, but that's just me.  Overall, it's a jaw-dropping mini to be proud of.

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I think my Spriggan is borked.  wait, we'll just hire it!  For the Motherland! 

 

Seriously though, that is a nice looking Colossal.  Really nice.

 

My only critique is with the 'fire vents.'  They look flat when compared to the rest of the mini.  I'd like to see a bit of fire in there, but that's just me.  Overall, it's a jaw-dropping mini to be proud of.

Thought about it, and decided against it. None of my other non-Ret 'jacks have any glowy bits on them, so I wanted to keep to the trend.

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I think my Spriggan is borked.  wait, we'll just hire it!  For the Motherland! 

 

Seriously though, that is a nice looking Colossal.  Really nice.

 

My only critique is with the 'fire vents.'  They look flat when compared to the rest of the mini.  I'd like to see a bit of fire in there, but that's just me.  Overall, it's a jaw-dropping mini to be proud of.

Thought about it, and decided against it. None of my other non-Ret 'jacks have any glowy bits on them, so I wanted to keep to the trend.

 

 

Makes perfect sense.  Carry on and don't mind the crazy Khadoran over here.

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I think my Spriggan is borked.  wait, we'll just hire it!  For the Motherland! 

 

Seriously though, that is a nice looking Colossal.  Really nice.

 

My only critique is with the 'fire vents.'  They look flat when compared to the rest of the mini.  I'd like to see a bit of fire in there, but that's just me.  Overall, it's a jaw-dropping mini to be proud of.

Thought about it, and decided against it. None of my other non-Ret 'jacks have any glowy bits on them, so I wanted to keep to the trend.

 

 

Makes perfect sense.  Carry on and don't mind the crazy Khadoran over here.

 

No, you're absolutely right. It would have looked better with some glow from the vents, but...OCD calls to me...

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I think my Spriggan is borked.  wait, we'll just hire it!  For the Motherland! 

 

Seriously though, that is a nice looking Colossal.  Really nice.

 

My only critique is with the 'fire vents.'  They look flat when compared to the rest of the mini.  I'd like to see a bit of fire in there, but that's just me.  Overall, it's a jaw-dropping mini to be proud of.

Thought about it, and decided against it. None of my other non-Ret 'jacks have any glowy bits on them, so I wanted to keep to the trend.

 

 

Makes perfect sense.  Carry on and don't mind the crazy Khadoran over here.

 

No, you're absolutely right. It would have looked better with some glow from the vents, but...OCD calls to me...

 

So add glowy bits to the rest.  Problem solved.

 

j/k

 

Awesome looking beast!  I can hear the gears turning.

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I love how this turned out! I have massive respect for anyone who paints anything remotely large, and this thing looks massive! It is definitely a machine to be proud of!

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Oh. Hells. Yes.

 

Simply awesome. Love the weathering, especially the rust on the crane-arm.

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That thing is awesome! And you did an amazing job on it  ^_^

 

 

 

My only critique is with the 'fire vents.'  They look flat when compared to the rest of the mini.  I'd like to see a bit of fire in there, but that's just me.  Overall, it's a jaw-dropping mini to be proud of.

Just stick some of the translucent bones fireballs in them :lol:

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