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Challenge: Khanjira in Seven Days. Thorne's takin' the plunge!

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Aaaaaaah, he's so SHINY! :wub: The metallics on him really work nicely!

 

Yay! Somebody likes my rocks. ^^
I remember you mentioning that, Boot. Something about happy accidents? ^.~

Got the rest of the metallic on, probably missed some bits, but I'll get those when I find them. All the tiny horn nubs! ALL OF THEM. Oohg.

I think the tail has actually been the worst part of this model - all the sticky-outy bits, with the twisting and all. At least the attachment is big enough I can wear the part as a thimble while I attempt to paint it. Betting I am not the first to discover this nifty detail. Also betting I am not the first, nor the last, to mutter obscenities about the mold lines on the hands.

 

Ugh, yes, SO MANY tiny horn nubs. :zombie: And while I did not personally mutter any obscenities, I have been thinking some rather unkind thoughts about them. :P

 

You've got him on the ropes! Give'em the final knockout punch!! :bday:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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All of the things are being glued. This is taking time, because the lack of ability to clamp anything means I have to either hold things, or ... well, let's just say I may need to do some touchup work once these rassenfrassen back plates are nailed down. ^^;

 

Ohey! Khanqueror! I like that. I was wondering what the button for Khanjira was going to look like. ^_^

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Keep up the good work!

 

Also, please be careful not to glue Khanjira to yourself; that could be...problematic.

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Waiting for the glue to dry so I can take the 'clamp' off and do the final glazing.

Once that's done .. finished! I'm hoping to be able to show that off this evening.

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Huzzah, and well done!!! :bday: He looks AWESOME! :wub:

 

Yes, please do terrorize lots of players with him. Show the world how amazing your Khanjira is! ::D:

 

I'd love to see some proper Show-off pictures, when you've recovered a bit; the lighting you have isn't showing any of the shiny! :)

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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