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 For some reason, the head painted as a real person rather than a statue with all the rocks on top of it kind of reminds me of the titan in Time Bandits wearing the ship as a hat...

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Painting up the Titan/Statue head as female.

 

I actually worked on it a tad more for like 30 mins or so. Having fun with skin tones.

 

Will post pics tomorrow.

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Oh, I forgot to mention, when you paint the skulls, don't forget: there is always one more than you actually painted.  :mellow: The total number of skulls is, I believe, 10; I'll double check that in a minute. EDIT: Yes, 10 seems to be correct.

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Oh, I forgot to mention, when you paint the skulls, don't forget: there is always one more than you actually painted. :mellow: The total number of skulls is I believe 10, I'll double check that in a minute.

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

I'm a skullz whisperer. ::):

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It has to be assembled, but it doesn't matter how. Glue, if it'll stay together without glue, macgyvered with bubblegum... whatever.

 

My DDS2 draco was never glued to his loot base. Needs it now, though, he's grown floppy.

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It has to be assembled, but it doesn't matter how. Glue, if it'll stay together without glue, macgyvered with bubblegum... whatever.

 

My DDS2 draco was never glued to his loot base. Needs it now, though, he's grown floppy.

 

Embedding some of those high-strength magnets so popular with the wargaming set might be a good way to keep the joints together without glue.

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Oh, I forgot to mention, when you paint the skulls, don't forget: there is always one more than you actually painted. :mellow: The total number of skulls is, I believe, 10; I'll double check that in a minute. EDIT: Yes, 10 seems to be correct.

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

10 shall be the number of the painting...
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Oh, I forgot to mention, when you paint the skulls, don't forget: there is always one more than you actually painted. :mellow: The total number of skulls is, I believe, 10; I'll double check that in a minute. EDIT: Yes, 10 seems to be correct.

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

10 shall be the number of the painting...

 

 

Not 9!  Not 11 !!!

 

No not even 20!!!

 

Verily 10 is the number and so it shall be!!!

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It has to be assembled, but it doesn't matter how. Glue, if it'll stay together without glue, macgyvered with bubblegum... whatever.

 

My DDS2 draco was never glued to his loot base. Needs it now, though, he's grown floppy.

I hear that happens over time. :devil:

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You (and all of those who have undertaken these challenges) are a painting beast!  I'm really enjoying watching your progress; keep up the pink awesomeness!!!   ::):

 

Thanks, Kuro!

 

It's been a fun and (at times) tedious challenge to do! I'm enjoying the painting of the base a lot as I get to add some more details to it. 

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You know, you've just about ruined it for everyone else now.

Everyone who haven't already painted him, and happen to come across this thread will know what is possible in just a couple of days of dedicated painting, then realise that they can't top that even with a month...

(Writing the number of hours you've been painting... how diabolical! )

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You know, you've just about ruined it for everyone else now.

Everyone who haven't already painted him, and happen to come across this thread will know what is possible in just a couple of days of dedicated painting, then realise that they can't top that even with a month...

(Writing the number of hours you've been painting... how diabolical! )

 

Right?

 

It's very possible if you stay focused and sling the paint. I'm happy I did the challenge. I *might* add a few other things if time permits to the basing and pinkolich, but no promises!

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