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Maledrakh's 77448 Werebat

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nah-nah-nah-nah-nah-BATMAN!

Another inbetweener, the Bones 3 Werebat this time. I had some paint left over on my palette (I do like dropper bottles much better than the dry-out-pots citadel uses, but sometimes too much paint comes out and I can't really put it back.

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More pics beneath the click

 

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Another piece done entirely by drybrushing up from a black undercoat. No washes used. Drybrushing is not only effective, but also quick. It does require some texture on the model for it to look good though.

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It seems that not only does the man turn into a bat (or the bat into a man), but also grows enormously in size as well!

This model will also be a good Abhorrent for my Flesh Eater Courts ghoul army.

 

77448 Werebat

Reaper Miniatures, Bones 3 KS 2015 Core set, Lycanthropes subset

Sculpted by James Van Schaik

Bonesium PVC.

40mm round lipped base

available from reapermini.com

 

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