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Yessir. I took a scalpel to the sword and the shield. They were in a little too good of shape for the vision I had of this guy. On the sword I added a lot of nicks and knocks. On the shield I took a big slice out of the bottom and added some more notches.

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@Grumpy Cave Bear

 

Yessir. I took a scalpel to the sword and the shield. They were in a little too good of shape for the vision I had of this guy. On the sword I added a lot of nicks and knocks. On the shield I took a big slice out of the bottom and added some more notches.

Nice... one of my hobby "blind spots" is that I just paint the model as-is, and never even consider modifying it.

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@Grumpy Cave Bear

 

Yessir. I took a scalpel to the sword and the shield. They were in a little too good of shape for the vision I had of this guy. On the sword I added a lot of nicks and knocks. On the shield I took a big slice out of the bottom and added some more notches.

Nice... one of my hobby "blind spots" is that I just paint the model as-is, and never even consider modifying it.

 

It's a curse. You start fiddling with the minis, and you don't get any painting done :).

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Yessir. I took a scalpel to the sword and the shield. They were in a little too good of shape for the vision I had of this guy. On the sword I added a lot of nicks and knocks. On the shield I took a big slice out of the bottom and added some more notches.

Nice... one of my hobby "blind spots" is that I just paint the model as-is, and never even consider modifying it.

 

It's a curse. You start fiddling with the minis, and you don't get any painting done :).

 

SO true!

 

He's coming along very nicely!

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So, sticking a fork in this guy. I will finish basing him up, and then throw him on the showoff. It's really awful how I think he looks decent, until I take a close up photo, and then I see all the glaring errors. 

 

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