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Knarthex' Chainmail Orc Druid- Hangout Mini of the Month


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So, For those of you not in the Know, some of the Google Hangout regulars decided that it would be a fun thing to pic the same  mini, and all paint it over the course of the month...

The idea was that we could bounce ideas off each other, as opinions, and discuss things about the mini, all in real time...

 

We all thought that this guy, that Pezler mentioned, and that Dilvish, Chaoswolf and I knew we could get at a store on paint day,  would be a fun simple, easy thing to do in between other serious projects....

 

He certainly ended up proving us wrong about that!

 

But, he also showed us 'proof of concept' in that doing this kind of thing is very helpful, as we found so many things that made him a more complex sculpt than first appears...

 

So here is mine, Finished last night....

 

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WiP Here

 

I noticed whilst taking the pics that I didn't re-trim the black edge of the base after adding in the Secret Weapon snow....

That will be fixed after posting this....

 

Thanks for looking!

 

Next months Hangout mini of the month is Reaper's Goblin Shaman, Metal 02876, Bones 77349

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This is all knarthex's fault!

I beg to differ.....

 

Congrats on getting yours finished, the rest of us are all lagging behind.

 

(Yes, I know it's not a race or contest) Mine will get finished soontm.

 

You also did an outstanding job on him!

Thanks CW!

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