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hitting a barbarian on the head does not do anything more than encourage them!   To teach him a lesson you have to hide the coffee!

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He should know better than provoke me, I'll switch his coffee with glitter. ::P:

 

Ub3r is well aware what I'm juggling right now, and I still managed to get my Sir ForScale modified and basecoated. He knows he deserved those *BONK!*s. ::D:

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No painting done tonight. I hit a wall of tired and that meant I hit a "why bother it sucks anyway" mindset.

 

 

Need to get sleep.

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No painting done tonight. I hit a wall of tired and that meant I hit a "why bother it sucks anyway" mindset.

 

 

Need to get sleep.

It most emphatically does not suck!

 

Sleep, awake refreshed, add paint!

 

(In between, Hit Ub3r with your Rhythm Stick some more!)

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More updates!!

 

Went at the armor with Reaper Pro Paint 8102 Truesilver, then did shading with Reaper PP 8101 Steel Plate.

 

Tomorrow I'll start actually shading with the colors and hopefully get the armor and tabard done so I can focus on *BONK!*.

 

 

 

Front:

 

sirbonkscale10.jpg

 

 

Back:

 

sirbonkscale11.jpg

 

 

Facing:

 

sirbonkscale12.jpg

 

 

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He should know better than provoke me, I'll switch his coffee with glitter. ::P:

 

Ub3r is well aware what I'm juggling right now, and I still managed to get my Sir ForScale modified and basecoated. He knows he deserved those *BONK!*s. ::D:

...and probably a few more besides. :upside:

 

 

Sir Bonk is coming along very nicely; great work on him! I especially like the armor.

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