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SKU: 77278 Bones Sharkman by Glitterwolf

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14 minutes ago, Crowley said:

Nice work! Love the base!!


Thank you!


I used Vallejo Desert Sand, Highlighted it and for the water Vallejo Water Effects with a little wash and highlight, added two small real seashells as well.

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1 hour ago, Kangaroorex said:


I like it!  I also always liked how he's using a megalodon's tooth as a dagger.


Nicely done and a great base!


Thank you!

I also liked the weapon, comes with the sculpt, it has been in his family for centuries.

58 minutes ago, Venun said:

Looking good! Great basing again (y) 



He deserved a nice base, it's a cool sculpt.

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11 hours ago, malefactus said:

Even the shore is not safe! The Shark Boy is a BEAUTIFULLY painted & based creation. VERY WELL DONE!

Does this mean you new painting area is open for business?



Thanks Al, happy you like him!

And no, not yet, we will move on March 28th and then it will take some time to set up the work area, I need to buy a desk, display case etc etc.

Until then i will still need to set up/ break down my painting stuff. 

With all that's going on I can paint little right now, so I was glad to be able to finally finish this guy.

10 hours ago, Corsair said:

Looks fantastic! Well done Buddy!



He was fun to paint, more sea creatures/monsters etc. to come in the future.

8 hours ago, Thoramel said:

Very nice! Great base.


Thank you!

The Vallejo Sand paste helps a lot for Deserts and Beache bases.

I always try to put my minis in an environment that suits them, sometimes it works better than other times, but it's fun.


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