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Do you know what helps? Banishing 80% of the pile of shame into a wardrobe. Then it looks more managable and you stay motivated to keep going!

 

Thats at least what i do. Right know i only have 30 miniatures in my pile of shame (*cough* and 120 more in my wardrobe). No i am not lying to my self in any way shape or form...

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37 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Very nice!

Thanks Glitterwolf. I get that squad of Bones Marines off my painting desk, then I can start working on some fun stuff again. 

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22 hours ago, KruleBear said:

This one has been on the desk for a long time. I really like the sculpt, but the cast is a pain as I find most of the older human sized Bones models. The Face was atrocious. Luckily he has a big hat. The photos are washed out but give a good idea of how he looks. He is too shiny for my tastes as the newer Testors Dullcote doesn’t seem to work as good as it used to. Unsure how I ended up going from a coal black duster to green, other than I had too much green paint out for the Marines I was trying to get off the shelf of shame. 

 

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One down and thousands TWENTY to go! 😀

 

As satisfying as black can be, it's good to get into other colors.  I can't imagine that everyone in history wore as much black as we tend to paint.

 

FIFY.  :poke:

 

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2 hours ago, strawhat said:

 

As satisfying as black can be, it's good to get into other colors.  I can't imagine that everyone in history wore as much black as we tend to paint.

 

FIFY.  :poke:

 

 

33 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

Yup, I agree.

Good work. 

Thanks Strawhat and Chaoswolf. I think that is the beauty of these poor quality early Bones minis. There isn’t a downside to trying odd schemes. 

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