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Hey all! Been a bit busy lately as the semester is back in full swing and I'm in the middle of packing to move. My paints aren't put away yet (of course) so to try and practice, I painted up Thund here a few days ago. I somehow missed the giant mold line across his head until I looked at the picture just now. Sigh.

 

His cloak gave me problems too. I did actually wash it, but I don't know if I then left him standing up and the wash ran out of the crevices of his cloak or if I just reapplied too much paint when drybrushing or both but by the end I was just frustrated and sorta vindictively sealed him and called him done. He'll suffice for sitting on the tabletop at least.

 

C&C welcome as always! And any tips on the cloak issue would be appreciated too.

 

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Nice job!

 

dunno about the wash =/ except reapply maybe but! give it a break, let him sit a bit, and then, when you're not suffering from SATFMTL (staring at the same flippin model too long) you can give him another go, or see if you still want to :)

I agree with this. ^^^^^^

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