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5 minutes ago, malefactus said:

There are few things quite as creepy as a centipede. That one maxes out on the creepiness Scale, as well as being BEAUTIFULLY painted.  VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thank you!

 

I was inspired by this: a lifesize model of a prehistoric centipede.

Sweet dreams...

 

 

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On 1/19/2019 at 6:42 PM, KruleBear said:

Suitably gross. I think the Conquistadors will wet themselves when they see this thing. 

 

Thank you!

A likely scenario!

 

On 1/19/2019 at 6:45 PM, AutumnHare said:

Step on it! Step on it!

 

The poor thing gets that reaction a lot, most of the time she will devour the ones who try..

 

On 1/19/2019 at 8:01 PM, Far_Realm said:

I adore your train skills

 

Thank you!

I haven't been building terrain for long but seeing how Malefactus does his, inspired me to try it myself.

It is a lot of fun and it is easier than it looks to create something that looks nice.

 

When it's finished I will show the entire piece in a separate Show Off.

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5 hours ago, AutumnHare said:

Step on it! Step on it!

I don't think it would notice...

 

Then I just got an image of a fat guy (me) riding this thing like some twisted, whacked out skate board.

 

A skate board with a mind of its own.

 

And an appetite.

 

And my balance is horrible...

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19 hours ago, strawhat said:

I don't think it would notice...

 

Then I just got an image of a fat guy (me) riding this thing like some twisted, whacked out skate board.

 

A skate board with a mind of its own.

 

And an appetite.

 

And my balance is horrible...

 

 

You're a real thrillseeker aren't you?

I wouldn't touch this beast with a 10 feet pole.

 

 

10 hours ago, Redd Knekk said:

Yeah super cool subject and your Lost World looks cooler with every new addition!

 

Thank you!

Comments like these help me stay motivated.

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5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

You're a real thrillseeker aren't you?

I wouldn't touch this beast with a 10 feet pole.

I'm a legend in my own mind!  (Or I've just seen too many action movies.  Well, maybe both.)

 

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Nice work - I was about to get a pack of tube animals to get my hands on a giant fly that I could mod to make a fly shaped iron golem. Your work has let me know you can get a good result out of them.

 

The glaze brings to mind a cinnamon bun, albeit one with too many legs for its own good. Mind you that's given me an idea for the next time I bake cinnamon buns . . .

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17 minutes ago, Dr Boom said:

Nice work - I was about to get a pack of tube animals to get my hands on a giant fly that I could mod to make a fly shaped iron golem. Your work has let me know you can get a good result out of them.

 

The glaze brings to mind a cinnamon bun, albeit one with too many legs for its own good. Mind you that's given me an idea for the next time I bake cinnamon buns . . .

 

Thx!

Strawhat send me two sets for my project, I used Scale 75 Inktense Inks on this guy, a simple but effective way to repaint a bug.

 

When repainting these, wash them like you would any plastic before painting.

I have repainted some Safari/Bullyland toys before, look at thiis, bot snakes are plastic toys repainted.

 

http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/74701-taniths-awakening-serpent-goddess-by-xherman1964/

 

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