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I have actually been painting, sadly I'm no longer as fast as I used to be.  I just wanted to post a photo of two Tom Meirer Elf's

that I am currently painting.  I have gotten a bit ambitious as to the guards, and also the basing project.  So when it is done, I will

post in the show off Forum.  I have gotten rather fond of the plastic vise grippers to hold the miniatures. 

 

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1 hour ago, Boaz said:

Do you like the ligh vice as a large solid base or as a hand rest or as (fill in the blank) ?

I use the plastic vises as holders of the mini's while I paint them.

I also use them to hold the mini's when I am going to photograph them (unless it is finished photos).

They are pretty solid.  I can't see my hand resting on the vices.  These are SMALL MINI's..but the vises

are pretty solid, and you can lock them in place as you paint. 

Hope that helped.

 

 

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Glad to see you back at it!   I do like how these imperial guards (which they must be to have all that golden armour and the hallowed Orange tunics) are shaping up. 

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On 5/3/2018 at 3:52 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Nice models!

Thanks Glitter, Meier makes my toes curl when I see his sculpts.

I adore his works.Appreciate the comment :)

13 hours ago, robinh said:

Glad to see you back at it!   I do like how these imperial guards (which they must be to have all that golden armour and the hallowed Orange tunics) are shaping up. 

I continue painting, just had to slow down due to meds and post surgery garbage.

I can't pass up a Meirer sculpt..and I put that orange in there for you (I know you knew that)...

also it makes them a  pair, and I need them to balance each other is basing scheme.

Thanks again.

11 hours ago, lowlylowlycook said:

I have some of these little guys still unpainted.

 

I will watch your work closely.

They are difficult to  paint, but once you master them,

other things are complicated; but NOT impossible..LOL.

Thank you for your comment.

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