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1 hour ago, Inarah said:

Nice group. Hope it plays well for you.

I win occasionally, but my interest is 70% hobby, 30% gaming. Which probably coincides with my loss to win percent.

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OUTSTANDING! That is a very impressive Horde of Deadites. They are all BEAUTIFULLY painted & based creations...there are quite a few that I have never seen before. VERY WELL DONE!

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Those are fantastic, mate! 

You have a couple of werewolves in there too - are they rackham minis or something else? I don't recognise them from GW but i may be well off here:

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Again though, beautiful work on your paintjob. Really nice and tactile looking!

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2 hours ago, GreenBeams said:

Those are fantastic, mate! 

You have a couple of werewolves in there too - are they rackham minis or something else? I don't recognise them from GW but i may be well off here:

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Again though, beautiful work on your paintjob. Really nice and tactile looking!

 

Thanks!

The back left corner is Mantic, the others are all Reaper. Back center is metal, all others are Bones.

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That's a pretty kick-arse army you've got there; very nice work!

 

I like how you've integrated figures from varying lines together and made them work.

 

How do you base them; paint the figure separately, make the base then pin the figure in place?

 

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4 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

That's a pretty kick-arse army you've got there; very nice work!

 

I like how you've integrated figures from varying lines together and made them work.

 

How do you base them; paint the figure separately, make the base then pin the figure in place?

 

Yeah, everything gets painted on the base it came with or similar, then I make and paint the base. Then I scrape areas flat if I need better adhesion and/or pin the minis in place, and touch up around their feet.

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