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And the other great bust from Legendarion.

 

Tuma Windrider.

 

 

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WECLOME TO THE 2015 HUNGER GAMES 54mm CHALLENGE.

 

ON YOUR MARKS GET SET GO!!!

 

AND WERE OFF!!!

 

Ok. that's was the spectacular part, now the boring stuff.

 

I used the new Vallejo Surface primer ( after washing and cleaning the mini Bust).

 

First coat applied.

I brush it on, seems to work well.

Although it needs a second coat on the flatter surface areas I think.

Not sure if it will hold paint otherwise.

 

 

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Yeah, I find the white Vallejo primer tends to need at least a couple of coats (plus a close inspection for bubbles).

 

Wish it worked like the black primer, that stuffs awesome.

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Yeah, I find the white Vallejo primer tends to need at least a couple of coats (plus a close inspection for bubbles).

 

Wish it worked like the black primer, that stuffs awesome.

 

 

So I guess I need the black one too then...

After an accident with spray cans, I'm converted.

 

Rather a few coats by hand and a good result then almost killing a mini..

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Yeah, I find the white Vallejo primer tends to need at least a couple of coats (plus a close inspection for bubbles).

 

Wish it worked like the black primer, that stuffs awesome.

 

 

 

So I guess I need the black one too then...

After an accident with spray cans, I'm converted.

 

Rather a few coats by hand and a good result then almost killing a mini..

That's usually all it takes. I know that's what got me converted. Plus winter.

 

Did you see, they are making a full Tuma figure. On a smaller scale of course. :-)

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Yeah, I find the white Vallejo primer tends to need at least a couple of coats (plus a close inspection for bubbles).

 

Wish it worked like the black primer, that stuffs awesome.

 

 

So I guess I need the black one too then...

After an accident with spray cans, I'm converted.

 

Rather a few coats by hand and a good result then almost killing a mini..

That's usually all it takes. I know that's what got me converted. Plus winter.

 

Did you see, they are making a full Tuma figure. On a smaller scale of course. :-)

 

 

 

What? I didn't yet...NOOOO.my wallet..

 

BTW Legendarion mentioned they were going to make more anthro's  cooolll

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Yeah, I find the white Vallejo primer tends to need at least a couple of coats (plus a close inspection for bubbles).

 

Wish it worked like the black primer, that stuffs awesome.

 

 

 

So I guess I need the black one too then...

After an accident with spray cans, I'm converted.

 

Rather a few coats by hand and a good result then almost killing a mini..

That's usually all it takes. I know that's what got me converted. Plus winter.

Did you see, they are making a full Tuma figure. On a smaller scale of course. :-)

 

 

What? I didn't yet...NOOOO.my wallet..

 

BTW Legendarion mentioned they were going to make more anthro's  cooolll

I know! I bet it's gonna be at least a 54mm one to.

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Yeah, I find the white Vallejo primer tends to need at least a couple of coats (plus a close inspection for bubbles).

 

Wish it worked like the black primer, that stuffs awesome.

 

 

So I guess I need the black one too then...

After an accident with spray cans, I'm converted.

 

Rather a few coats by hand and a good result then almost killing a mini..

That's usually all it takes. I know that's what got me converted. Plus winter.

Did you see, they are making a full Tuma figure. On a smaller scale of course. :-)

 

 

What? I didn't yet...NOOOO.my wallet..

 

BTW Legendarion mentioned they were going to make more anthro's  cooolll

I know! I bet it's gonna be at least a 54mm one to.

 

Is it on their site? I didn't see it.

Don't link...commercial... just point me in the right direction..

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I found that the Vallejo White Surface primer ( brush on) didn't cover all and displayed some bubbles too.

After some searching on the net, I read that the black one is perfect, but the white does this sometimes.

Remedy, put in a drop of black.

 

So I put in a drop of black and got myself a nice grey primer.

 

New start.

 

 

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I found that the Vallejo White Surface primer ( brush on) didn't cover all and displayed some bubbles too.

After some searching on the net, I read that the black one is perfect, but the white does this sometimes.

Remedy, put in a drop of black.

 

So I put in a drop of black and got myself a nice grey primer.

 

New start.

 

 

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