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30007: Maria Roseblade, Pirate Queen (54mm) by Glitterwolf

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So In order to participate in the 54mm Challenge.

 

I will start with the Master Series 54mm Pirate Queen, Maria Roseblade.

 

First step, prepping and assembly.

 

 

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Random Comment: I kinda wish they had cast Maria separately from the base.  It would make it much easier to modify her base that way.  It is a very nice base, though.

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*flops*

 

Popcorn anyone?

 

*munch munch munch*

 

As an aside, I believe I also have this figure which was gifted to me by a friend, I'll have to double-check, but I am pretty sure I have her.

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*flops*

 

Popcorn anyone?

 

*munch munch munch*

 

As an aside, I believe I also have this figure which was gifted to me by a friend, I'll have to double-check, but I am pretty sure I have her.

 

Well since YOU started the whole 54mm thing together with DF, You are bound to paint her up then.

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*flops*

 

Popcorn anyone?

 

*munch munch munch*

 

As an aside, I believe I also have this figure which was gifted to me by a friend, I'll have to double-check, but I am pretty sure I have her.

 

Well since YOU started the whole 54mm thing together with DF, You are bound to paint her up then.

 

 

Perhaps at some point, not like I have a LOT of 54mm+, but I do have probably half a dozen or so.

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Maria got a new primer coat from the vallejo brush on surface primer. Better then the spray primer that almost killed her.

 

 

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Nothing Fancy yet.

 

Skintone based Reaper Tanned Skin.

Hair with Mix of Scale 75 Indian Shadow and Reaper Blackened Brown.

 

First sloppy coats..

 

 

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Finally some love for Maria..

 

I mixed GW Knarlock Green with Reaper MSP Jade Green for her top.

And went over her hair with some Scale 75 Indian Shadow

 

 

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