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Khador Kommander Zoktavir, The Butcher Unleashed Epic Warcaster Unit

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Thanks everyone for all the kind words. 

 

Very nice. What'd you do for the snow? It looks very fluffy in the pictures. 

For snow I mix white glue with Woodland Scenic's Realistic Water 50:50. Then I add snow flock until it is the consistency I want for these guys I mix a good amount of flock until it was like cake batter and started to be stiff. If you want a more melted look just use less flock. 

 

Then once I apply the snow to the base I sprinkle a little more flock on while it is still wet. Since the Realistic Water dries shiny be sure to Dullcote before applying the snow that way it retains a bit of shine and looks like glistening snow in hand.

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Very nice!! The snow looks pretty cool, thanks for sharing how you did it. The painting on all three figures is excellent.

 

Sculpt wise, I like the doggies better, though.

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Very nice!! The snow looks pretty cool, thanks for sharing how you did it. The painting on all three figures is excellent.

 

Sculpt wise, I like the doggies better, though.

Thank you.

 

I was not looking forward to painting any of these sculpts, as the dogs are too close to my argus minis for Circle and I only managed to paint one of those so far, but oddly after starting them, I quite enjoyed all of them. The dogs were fun especially their faces, and except his assembly I ended up liking the Butcher, I don't even know why but I do, I could have easily sank more time in all of them, but I forced my self to move on and be happy with them.

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Nicely done!  "Start" for a Khador force...  eep.  That is a terrifying mini indeed.  You did very well with the entire scheme and the reds especially.  Keep it up! 

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Nicely done!  "Start" for a Khador force...  eep.  That is a terrifying mini indeed.  You did very well with the entire scheme and the reds especially.  Keep it up!

 

Thanks. Luckily these are a "start" for my husband as I let him claim Khador, I'll stick to my Circle, Menoth and Convergnece. (I know I have too many factions already.) So he'll have to get painting the rest so he can play (as my house rules are only painted minis can be fielded.) Although I already bought the doom reavers, old witch and woodsmen that I plan to paint someday, so these aren't the last of Khador for me. :)

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Nicely done!  "Start" for a Khador force...  eep.  That is a terrifying mini indeed.  You did very well with the entire scheme and the reds especially.  Keep it up!

Thanks. Luckily these are a "start" for my husband as I let him claim Khador, I'll stick to my Circle, Menoth and Convergnece. (I know I have too many factions already.) So he'll have to get painting the rest so he can play (as my house rules are only painted minis can be fielded.) Although I already bought the doom reavers, old witch and woodsmen that I plan to paint someday, so these aren't the last of Khador for me. :)

 

 

For me it's Khador, Cygnar, Mercs (Magnus primarily, although Rhul is looking tempting...), and Trollbloods.  Small amounts of each.  The Kossites are a fun unit, but they're really hard to use.  The old... witch... yes... that's what I'll call her is probably the longest-running model on my shelf of shame.

 

You paint very well, so all of it's going to be both stunning and fun. 

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