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Watching Paint Dry 13: Beyond

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2022 9:58 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Watching Paint Dry 13: Beyond
PostPosted: Fri Oct 21, 2022 3:48 am 
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Thanks guys. The frog guy is a Kuld. They like to eat everything and are poor swimmers (because they dry to drink the water they fall into). Hence the innertube...

I've been slowly painting this Warmaster cottage up over the past month. It's done enough to show off at this point and just needs a clear coat and some flocking.

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I think I started these Romans two weeks ago. They take a bit more time and effort than the WW2 Americans, I think it's the red and metalics. I have their shields yet to do, but I wanted to clear coat them first as the shield covers so much of the figure.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2022 4:00 am 
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I finished up the Thunderers tonight after working on them for the past couple of weeks. They already made their game debut where they refused to activate for two turns.

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I started on the Conquerors tonight too. I'm still hoping to finish these and the Executioners for EpiComp.

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Nice. Those Thunderers have a really hefty look to them.

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Great looking WM house especially the roof

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 Post subject: Re: Watching Paint Dry 13: Beyond
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Like those conquerors Dave. Good looking conversation.
Are they getting the green as well?

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Thanks guys.

Ya, my process has been basecoat and wash the yellow, then the green, highlight the green and then go back and highlight the yellow. I found it was the quickest as you don't spend too much time on the yellow that's only going to get covered by the green. I usually sneak the tracks in after the yellow basecoat as you don't have to worry if the grey drybrush highlight is messy.

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I picked up a copy of Silent Death's main boxset for cheap on eBay the other week. I got distracted from Epic and painted up a Pit Viper today. For 30+ year-old, plastic models they're very nice. The detail is crisp and the mold lines clean up quick.

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excellent work on that, especially the canopy

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Thanks Apoc.

The Conquerors are finished, short of a top coat and some flocking. I might try to finish up some Executioners or Vultures for EpiComp, not sure yet. Either that or head back to the Romans or something completely different, we'll see where the paint goes.

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