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1 minute ago, vegascat said:

He looks great.  I bet he's looking for his mum. :)

 

Thank you!

 

You're a pfunny cat!

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Love the Hiroglyphic base...very nicely done.

Never ever thought of doing mine in Turquoise !

Great Job

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10 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Very nice!  Surprisingly gruesome...

 

 

Thank you!

I figured as a Captain he has fought many battles.

 

 

9 hours ago, Jasonator said:

Love the Hiroglyphic base...very nicely done.

Never ever thought of doing mine in Turquoise !

Great Job

 

Thx !

The glyphs were applied with a Roller Pin from Greenstuffworld, they have several different kinds.

 

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49 minutes ago, Schirf said:

I like him! 

 

Love those rollers!

 

Thank you!

 

Yes those rollers are awesome.

I have plain, Aztec, Egyptian and Greek right now and I might pick up more.

It's an awesome easy way to create nice bases.

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Captain, my captain!

 

I am confused, though - it is a mummy - why does it have bloody arms and knees? Isn't a mummy supposed to be long dead?

 

Just noticed - hihi - that came out wrong. I mean: Shouldn't a mummy have dead flesh instead of bloody flesh?

 

Doesn't make him less adorable. He has a nice smile. Sis might immediately marry him. With his knives, he seems to be the perfect husband.

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24 minutes ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

Captain, my captain!

 

I am confused, though - it is a mummy - why does it have bloody arms and knees? Isn't a mummy supposed to be long dead?

 

Just noticed - hihi - that came out wrong. I mean: Shouldn't a mummy have dead flesh instead of bloody flesh?

 

Doesn't make him less adorable. He has a nice smile. Sis might immediately marry him. With his knives, he seems to be the perfect husband.

 

 

Thank you!

 

I figured his wrappings are coming off and dried blood is all over it..

 

 

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I love the colored warppings, I've never thought of doing wrappings of a mummy in colors other than white and linen. This has opened my mind to new possibilities. 

 

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15 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Good work on him!

 

Thx Brother Wolf, Glad you like it!

 

10 hours ago, Nial ap Morai said:

The base really grabbed my attention, I like the figure too!

 

Thank you, Base was done with a Greenstuffworld Roller Pin.

 

8 hours ago, Rat13 said:

I love the colored warppings, I've never thought of doing wrappings of a mummy in colors other than white and linen. This has opened my mind to new possibilities. 

 

 

Thx!

I think mummies look good in white, brown, green or blueish wrappings.

Nobody said being undead means you stop caring about your outfit!

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