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Okay, primer is on.

 

Front:

 

sirbonkscale4.jpg

 

 

Rear:

 

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*BONK!*

 

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And a pic of the underside of the base to show I made certain not to affect the height. When I formed the GS around the base, I had it sitting on a piece of porcelain tile. This ensured a smooth, flat surface. ::D:

 

((ignore the remnants of Blue Tack...))

 

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I used red liner on the Bonesium parts and Reaper White primer on the rest. I'll be going back over everything with the red liner, I think.

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For the record, the cat head was chopped off the cat from 02399: Familiar Pack II and the GS is from 75006: Green Stuff Strip. Paint is Reaper Master Series Red Liner (original SKU), and RMS White Primer.

 

Only thing not Reaper is the wire armature I made for *BONK!*'s body.

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For the record, the cat head was chopped off the cat from 02399: Familiar Pack II and the GS is from 75006: Green Stuff Strip. Paint is Reaper Master Series Red Liner (original SKU), and RMS White Primer.

 

Only thing not Reaper is the wire armature I made for *BONK!*'s body.

Ahhh, I was wondering if you had a plethora of decapitated cat heads for just such an occasion.

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Basecoated the chain in #29817 Winter Blue and the tabard in "black green"? :huh: (yellow label, black top, bought this year at SXSW at the Reaper Booth, can't find it in the store).

 

Going blurple on the plate.

 

Edit: The green is Black Green. #9236, which in the online store is Green Shadow. White label and cap.

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Update!

 

Basecoating is done.

 

 

 

Front:

 

sirbonkscale7.jpg

 

 

Back:

 

sirbonkscale8.jpg

 

 

Facing:

 

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Colors: *BONK!* is 9404: Cinnamon Red

Yellow (basecoat for gold): 29807 Mustard Yellow

Tabard: 9236 Black Green (aka Green Shadow)

Chain: 29817 Winter Blue

Plate & Shield: Mix of 29818 Nightsky Blue and 9023 Imperial Purple

Brown Leather bits: 9040 Dark Shadow

 

 

Plans: Plate and Shield will be a blurpish-shaded silver

Chain will be a shaded blueish silver.

Tabard will remain green.

Brown leather bits are... brown leather bits.

Yellow parts and rivets will be shaded gold.

*BONK!*: Head will remain an orange-ish red, as the original *BONK!* is, and the body will be freehanded using the original *BONK!*'s patterning. Won't be an exact match, but I'm going to do my best here.

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So..... are you done yet? :huh:

 

 

 

 

 

::P:

*BONK!* *BONK!* *BONK!* *BONK!* *BONK!*

 

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