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So, It is that time of year again! When the winds of flatulence waft the delecate aromas of nerdfunk into ones nostrils! The Convention season is here! And I won't be going to one! At least not a big one. So no GenCon for me :( But I'm still supporting the DDM Guild events there! So, I'm sharing my WiP pictures here.

 

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The "Thundercorn" as I am calling it, is nearly done. just a bit of touch ups and the base to go.

 

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The Pit Fiend just has the base coats on at this time.

 

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The White Wyrmling has the second layer of shading started.

 

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This is a Scaladar. I think it is supposed to be a robot scorpion that shoots lightning. I have a rather ambitious plan for it though. It has a bunch of cracks in its armor and joints. I'm painting those cracks to look like it has bright crackling lightning inside it! Then I plan to paint the armor a bronze or brass.

 

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Nice!

That mechscorpion could be used in a Necron Army!

Awesome model.

 

I like the concept of a thundercorn!

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5 hours ago, Brother Jim said:

How big is the base on that Scaladar??

 

Thanks.

It is "Huge" so 3 inch diameter circle. Also, I think it isn't a rare mini so it shouldn't be too expensive to get one on the singles market.

 

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UPDATE! Due to several events here, including a burnt out lightbulb that required a ladder taller than I have at my apartment to change and tendonitis in my left foot, I have not gotten any progress on this the last several days. I'm planning on doing some work tonight or early tomorrow morning. My foot is feeling a lot better but still tender and painful when I put my weight on it for any length of time.

 

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UPDATE! Three of the minis are nearly done! 1-2 more got significant progress.

 

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Thundercorn just needs sealed now.

 

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Pit Fiend's wings are almost done.

 

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The Young Black Dragon has gotten worked on recently.

 

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