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Go Wolf Go!

See Wolf Go,

Go, Go , GO!




Lords of Lead! I sound like Ub3r! :blink:

I have that effect on people ::D:
Is there a vaccine I can get? ??


Incurable, just like enablitius!

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Solid update... leather can be very tricky indeed.  I tend to use RMS Mohogany brown, Chestnut brown, and rust brown for the reddish leathers, then some various brown washes but I am still not sold as to how my leathers come out.

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Thx all for the advice and kind words.


*** Ducks to avoid some rotten eggs***


I have the day off, my girlfriend is visiting her sister now, and the mini versions of her are at school.

So I confiscated the garden.


Hope to be back soon with painted mini...






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Paints used :


Reaper:  Yellowed Bone / Golden Shadow / Cloudy Grey / Walnut Brown / Leather White.


Vallejo : Vomit / Sepia Ink


Scale 75 : Innsmouth Blue / Emerald Alchemy / Sol Yellow / Blood Red / Flat Black / Purity White / Dwarven Gold.


And a mix of Scale 75 Indian Shadow and Reaper Spectral White.


He is now in SHOW OFF:


Thx for the support all. Hope you like him:



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