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    a bit of work done, mostly body & head work , attacking his hair now
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  2. #182

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    Great colors on this so far, I really like it. Looks like you missed a mold line on the left side running down from his waist to foot and looks like it might be on the other side as well? I have done the same thing and just said "screw it" so can understand if you don't.

  3. #183

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    @ekipage thanks man ! Yep you are totally right with mold line , always often skip those ...but as you said , I am not going to clean them now
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    more up on that guy, hair and clothes
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  5. #185

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    Looking killer!

    Keep it coming!

  6. #186

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    @DaBeebs Thanks !

    Worked on metal gold and silver part , so I am pretty much done with this body parts, minus couple forgot spot and later on some touch up I think ( once the other parts will be done ).

    He wanted to take some fresh air so I did outdoor photos
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  7. #187

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    The blues are striking! And the orangey leather contrasts nicely.
    In fact, the contrast overall is great.

  8. #188

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    Little up, done with one of his arm and weapon , though I mistake actually the way to assemble him so I will have at the end to try correct some issue with that
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    Couple things to correct and few details here and here and I will call it done
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    I think your paint job really reinforces the dynamism of the mini. Nice job!

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    @SaintToad Thanks, was actually a cool mini to paint , will certainly get some more

    Here my final shot with this guy
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  12. #192

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    Really nice job on this! What blues did you use on the hair? I really like that shade

  13. #193

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    Looks great!!

    What was your favorite part about the model? What would you do differently if you were to paint it again? Any tips for someone else attempting this model?

  14. #194

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekipage View Post
    Really nice job on this! What blues did you use on the hair? I really like that shade
    thanks, for the hair I use dark purple for shadow part then glaze over with tuquoise ( actually fantasy game joryldin turquoise ) and 2 pass with liquitex ink prussian blue very diluted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBeebs View Post
    Looks great!!

    What was your favorite part about the model? What would you do differently if you were to paint it again? Any tips for someone else attempting this model?
    Thank you, well the body was actually nice to do. I would definitely pay more attention regarding mold line and how to assemble it cleanly.
    As for tips, I would recommand not assemble the whole model before paint since you will have hard time to get on all part of the mini, so this may require some pining in case you want do a preshade like zenithal.
    And also maybe get you some P3 paint ( specially the one designed for troll ) if you want stay in the tone of those minis.
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