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The base coat of these large models was perfect to practice airbrush. I used Reaper MSP paint 09028 muddy brown on the bases and a mix of dark grey, 29833 ash grey and 09291 IMEF olive for the skin.

 

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5 hours ago, Inarah said:

Starting with the lightweight work...

And me, who thought I was working on several models at the same time. @Inarah, that's a lot of WIP all at once.

 

This is how far I was able to go on painting these guys last night. I will now focus on painting one of them and post the result when I'm done. I didn't work further on the Hook Mountain Ogres.

 

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I'm going to go ahead and paint the Smasher. Notice that I added skulls hanging from his waist belt and I modified his club.

 

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15 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

And me, who thought I was working on several models at the same time. @Inarah, that's a lot of WIP all at once.

 

 

Well, you know how it goes. Some of those have been waiting a year or more for inspiration to strike.  I prep large batches of figures when I can, so I always have stuff on deck. 

 

I finished the guy with the horned helmet and got a good start on flying kitty.  Hope to move on to the fruit seller later this week.  Unfortunately it was a busy weekend that didn't offer much time for painting.  

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