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monkeytroll wrote:Well that was a sprint finish. Cracking job on finishing all the Hellboy (again?)


Thanks most kindly. I've loved doing them, and finishing it during lockdown was a major goal.

Gitsplitta wrote:400 graven... wow. Just wow. So impressive!

Yeah, it's a bit quantity over quality though lol

Theophony wrote:Sorry to hear about your friend passing away, always hard to lose a good friend.

Never thought I’d say “Nice looking Nazi”

Thanks buddy. I did cheat a bit on the Nazis, just went with red armbands, no more tiny hand drawn swastikas. I'll pick up a set of transfers at some point.

Now I don't often show early WIPs but this has come together remarkably quickly:

I've added base scatter from dead sprue and gone with the classic BTAS head/colour scheme. Think it's going to be rather good.

Dredd stuff! Cadet judge, mounted (slightly reposed) and on foot.

MEdge stuff is amazing for basing Dredd.

Anderson, mounted and on foot

Because the wee fella came with a base, I had to give Anderson one. Which meant Dredd neeed one too

Cadet bikes are TINY!

Excited to see pre-orders are back from 30th, means I'll be getting Taros from the boss for me b'day at the end of the month, hopefully Meanwhile, though I'm out of superglue ( ), milliput arrived yesterday, so can get on with the GUO and the Plague Drones.
Buzz, buzz,
Graven

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Great work on Harley

Solid red armbands are a good solution. Who’s to say that in that universe hitler didn’t give up on the swastika and gold solid red at least for a bit.

Tiny bikes because the cadet is only allowed to run over tiny people.once they get the training wheels off they can go after the big offenders .

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Those poor cadets... "You get a real bike if you don't die on your next 100 patrols, good luck out there!". And on finishing all the Hellboy, nice model you saved for last!
   
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Middle bike looks like it should have training wheels.

Harley looks F-U-N, for sure.

Love Anderson.
   
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I'm super impressed with what you've gotten done this year so far. Congrats on getting through the Hellboy stuff. I hope that the hobby is giving some healing energy for a difficult time.

That poor little cadet in the middle. He's looking over at Anderson with such envy. Dredd doesn't even notice.

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Harley is coming together great! Love the Scarecrow over the page as well !

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Theophony wrote:Great work on Harley

Solid red armbands are a good solution. Who’s to say that in that universe hitler didn’t give up on the swastika and gold solid red at least for a bit.

Tiny bikes because the cadet is only allowed to run over tiny people.once they get the training wheels off they can go after the big offenders .

Well indeed, the prospect of painting that many tiny dots and lines makes my brain go all fuzzy.

Viterbi wrote:Those poor cadets... "You get a real bike if you don't die on your next 100 patrols, good luck out there!". And on finishing all the Hellboy, nice model you saved for last!

Many thanks

monkeytroll wrote:In the Big Meg, creeps complain about scale-creep on their lawmasters....


To be fair it's partly because the judges bases are so much higher. But still hilarious. I could in theory stack another warlord oval underneath, I suppose.

youwashock wrote:Middle bike looks like it should have training wheels.

Harley looks F-U-N, for sure.

Love Anderson.

Thanks, she was not much fun to paint in many ways, but she's done at least:

I think what frustrated it me most is that it's a very poor cast, very rough. I've sanded and gs'd where I can but the rubbery material is not conducive to modding, really. Definitely the weakest link in the set.

Don Qui Hotep wrote:I'm super impressed with what you've gotten done this year so far. Congrats on getting through the Hellboy stuff. I hope that the hobby is giving some healing energy for a difficult time.

That poor little cadet in the middle. He's looking over at Anderson with such envy. Dredd doesn't even notice.

Well thank you. I do love the Hellboy goodness (and badness). Almost a shame to have finished

Paradigm wrote:Harley is coming together great! Love the Scarecrow over the page as well !

Cheers fella!

Meanwhile, building:

Plague flies built! These are significant as they are the last of the batch of 40th stuff I got (so, nearly 2 years ago). Just a bit of filling, and some spewy goo to mask the paperclip bases.

And the oldhammer GUO takes shape:

Obviously there is a glaring large piece of uncovered metal; I'm debating whether to shorten it down somewhat. or do we think that the height it's at works?

My shelf of shame looks remarkably empty. A few dreadball figs, Daemon Prince and Icon Bearer, a couple of BMG figs. The boy has lots of scenery to paint, but that's his problem It's quite satisfying, all in all.

One last question for the hivemind - anyone have much experience of Reaper Bones? I'm looking at a couple of chronoscope figs and can't decide whether to go with the plastic or metal versions. How's the detailing?
I await your wisdom, O mighty dakkasphere!
Graven

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Yep, Harley turned out superb. Colourful without being too colourful I think.

Can't say I'm a huge fan of Bones stuff. Admittedly, they're probably better now than the early ones I had, but I dug some out for DnD the other day and it definitely reminded me why I never bought any more. Lots of very mushy faces, bent limbs, sculpts really not done justice. Given that the price difference between Bones and metal on the Reaper store is usually no more than a few quid, I go metal every time, but ymmv, of course.

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Nice plague flies.

Think the big bell works at the present height - I think the bell itself would be too low if you shorten the haft.

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In my experience, Bones is a great material for larger models-- monsters, giants, and the like. For human sized models, it just doesn't hold the detail very well. For mooks in a dungeon crawl, that's not a problem, but for PCs or characters in a warband, that's a pretty big obstacle.

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Painting total as of 12/24/2019: 138 plus a wooden bridge and gnoll encampment and 36 pieces of Mantic scatter terrain and three fly holes and three farm buildings and a fire pit and two hills.


 
   
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Nice work on all the many things.

Some thoughts on the bell tree:
If the model is balanced (physically and artistically) then it can be as long/big as you like.
To me I may be tempted to give the trunk a twist/bend to bring the bell more central (above the wielder) from the front.
But only you can really tell what will work best as you can hold and look at the model from all angles. So keep balance in mind when moving forward.
Maybe think about what he's doing with the tree too, walking stick, ringing, swinging for a hit?


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Re: bell, I agree that the height is good but for some reason the haft below the fist looks a bit thicker than the fist itself - it might just be the angle of the picture though. Everything above the fist looks ace, I don't think it needs to be shortened but Dr. H has a good point about the positioning.

Re: Bones, I've only done two larger kits (the Cthulhu kit and the Kraken) and I have no complaints (other than the need to wash the pieces very thoroughly, and the need to seal the model well to avoid collecting too much dust). The details were very well realized. I defer to Kid Kyoto vis. human-sized models.

EDIT: Also Harley looks great! I don't notice any jenky joins or similar - looks like you did a great job filling in any gaps.

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Love those builds matey! Total wackadoo!

   
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They look great Graven, that GUO looks insane !

   
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Love the fact he’s using the Death Star as a base .

I've only used a few bones models, never chopped any up, so not sure on conversion potential. But like others have said, small bones models have low detail, the bigger ones are nice though.

If your pile of shame is small....that's a problem .

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Haha I didn’t notice that!

   
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Paradigm wrote:Yep, Harley turned out superb. Colourful without being too colourful I think.

Can't say I'm a huge fan of Bones stuff. Admittedly, they're probably better now than the early ones I had, but I dug some out for DnD the other day and it definitely reminded me why I never bought any more. Lots of very mushy faces, bent limbs, sculpts really not done justice. Given that the price difference between Bones and metal on the Reaper store is usually no more than a few quid, I go metal every time, but ymmv, of course.

You're very kind indeed. Not a fan of the fig tbh. I've picked a metal chronoscope fig I fancied, under £6, we shall see how it turns out.
monkeytroll wrote:Nice plague flies.

Think the big bell works at the present height - I think the bell itself would be too low if you shorten the haft.

Yeah I need to be careful. Ideally I'd like to leave it unglued also for transport purposes; we shall see.

JoshInJapan wrote:In my experience, Bones is a great material for larger models-- monsters, giants, and the like. For human sized models, it just doesn't hold the detail very well. For mooks in a dungeon crawl, that's not a problem, but for PCs or characters in a warband, that's a pretty big obstacle.

Good advice. Hopefully the metal will look good, there's a lot of detail on the fig I've gone for.

Dr H wrote:Nice work on all the many things.

Some thoughts on the bell tree:
If the model is balanced (physically and artistically) then it can be as long/big as you like.
To me I may be tempted to give the trunk a twist/bend to bring the bell more central (above the wielder) from the front.
But only you can really tell what will work best as you can hold and look at the model from all angles. So keep balance in mind when moving forward.
Maybe think about what he's doing with the tree too, walking stick, ringing, swinging for a hit?

Some good advice there. Reposing afoot!

Don Qui Hotep wrote:Re: bell, I agree that the height is good but for some reason the haft below the fist looks a bit thicker than the fist itself - it might just be the angle of the picture though. Everything above the fist looks ace, I don't think it needs to be shortened but Dr. H has a good point about the positioning.

Re: Bones, I've only done two larger kits (the Cthulhu kit and the Kraken) and I have no complaints (other than the need to wash the pieces very thoroughly, and the need to seal the model well to avoid collecting too much dust). The details were very well realized. I defer to Kid Kyoto vis. human-sized models.

EDIT: Also Harley looks great! I don't notice any jenky joins or similar - looks like you did a great job filling in any gaps.

Very kind, I think she looks very shoddy. I see what you mean about the perceived thickness. It's most peculiar.

Gitsplitta wrote:Love those builds matey! Total wackadoo!

As ever your colonial parlance amuses me

GiraffeX wrote:They look great Graven, that GUO looks insane !

He's coming together really nicely now, so thank you

Theophony wrote:Love the fact he’s using the Death Star as a base .

wondered if anyone would spot that. Not for long, anyway, he's now on his real base, as you shall see...

GiraffeX wrote:Haha I didn’t notice that!



Well now, sorry for the hiatus over the weekend, but it was the wee fella's birthday and you're not 10 every day, after all Weather's good too just now, so garden and meat provide welcome distraction. Not having to think about work, or anything really, has been made the best of the last few days. I have pottered about a bit, building and priming Dredd minis - and running out of grey primer, but manged to just about squeeze enough out, mostly.

I'm very impressed with these figs. I only got the Citi-Def (sniper, Rocket Launcher and officer) to fill out an order - they cost a whisper more than postage would've, so why not? - and I'm really glad I did, they're cracking. The extra gangers are great, too; Gerhart, the SJS judge, is a seriously nice fig also, and by far the best cast of the resin bikes so far.

I also did a few Dreadball minis...

The twin on the right suffers from some of the worst model design I've ever encountered. My metal one was snapped through the foot even before she came out of the packet; they sent a resin replacement, and as I was removing the casting tab... yup, you guessed it, she broke. Hence why I've left a resin strand attached, I'm considering making it a trail of blood (they're a single murderous AI controlling two bodies). The critter with claws is a Stalker from Deadzone that now has DB rules, and the last lump is a fiery beast for KoW that'll work well as a coaching assistant for my Infernal team.

I do still have the pistachio primer of papa power however! So Plague Flies and GUO are primed. Here's the assembled GUO:

Base is a bit of AoS scenery, some extraneous nurgle bits, and the lid of a soup tub I found whilst clearing out the tupperware cupboard I've shortened the top section of the bell slightly and repositioned it, but it's not attached: it removes neatly for storage.

Come together nicely. Not overly rushed to paint. I feel I've done my quota for the month

Played our way through Conqueror Worm. Utterly terrifying.

Secret Nazi Room! Ssh! Contains Super Secret Nazis!
Kids loved it. Eldest went off to binge BPRD comics

Boy also has scenery projects on the go

Should keep him busy.

Younger lad meanwhile designed a Lego game. Roll a d6, add that many 2x2 bricks to your tower, one at a time. Kinda reverse Jenga. Really, really good fun.

I must apologise, incidentally, to the entire gaming community. I joked, about 2 years ago, that the likelihood of me finishing my 40k army would be when 9th comes around... foolishly, I started this.

So, yeah, sorry about that.
Graven

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Now that the GUO is primed and on a permanent base, it almost looks like his bell staff is getting crushed in his hand, which would probably happen with a rotting and disgusting tree . Shame he's not ridding on the death star anymore though, it was kind of a cool nod.

LOL, Theo your mind is an amazing place, never change.-camkierhi 9/19/13
I cant believe theo is right.. damn. -comradepanda 9/26/13
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Theophony wrote:Now that the GUO is primed and on a permanent base, it almost looks like his bell staff is getting crushed in his hand, which would probably happen with a rotting and disgusting tree . Shame he's not ridding on the death star anymore though, it was kind of a cool nod.

Yeah... um... sure... crushing the rotten wood is exactly what I meant it to look like

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LOL! Great stuff graven. Glad you boy is using his noggin' to come up with good fun for all! Also, happy to bring a bit of the local flavor to you!

   
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So much good stuff going on (as always). Your GUO conversion came out great and thanks for delivering 9th edition to our doorstep
   
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That SJS bike is nice, was looking at it recently thinking I could probably use some of those....

Little Papa looks great, good thinking to keep the staff in parts.

Lots of projects to keep the lad busy it seems I like the platform for the AT-AT to stand on

Plagueburster looks to be coming on nicely.

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Gitsplitta wrote:LOL! Great stuff graven. Glad you boy is using his noggin' to come up with good fun for all! Also, happy to bring a bit of the local flavor to you!

Crazy bloody foreigner
Viterbi wrote:So much good stuff going on (as always). Your GUO conversion came out great and thanks for delivering 9th edition to our doorstep

I live to give...
monkeytroll wrote:That SJS bike is nice, was looking at it recently thinking I could probably use some of those....
Little Papa looks great, good thinking to keep the staff in parts.
Lots of projects to keep the lad busy it seems I like the platform for the AT-AT to stand on
Plagueburster looks to be coming on nicely.

Cheers on all fronts. The sjs bike is a wee belter.

Head in a bad way again today, temper on a hair trigger. I'm like a bloody yo-yo atm.
Anyway.
I decided to do new heads for my 3 guys I scavenged Weird War 2 helms from.

Why did I decided to do Swiss Militia in Hunting camo? Who freaking knows.

Then I thought, might as well do Specialists.


Then I thought, might as well do Bane's other 2 Specialists so my entire Soldiers of Fortune crew is fully painted.

Which made perfect sense in my head.

Well, Bane seems happy.
And more PBC nonsense:


Toddling along...
Graven

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Bane’s crew is looking great .

Plague burst crawler is coming along nicely. I really am enjoying watching the growth of 40K Nurgle stuff.

If your head is in a bad spot it must be time for some more Carnage!!! Get out the matchbox cars and start blowing up your kids

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I think Bane and his goons turned out great. Nothing makes a villain look more villainous than a painted army of hooligans to dohis bidding. You're making me want to get into the Batman game.

I agree with Theophony that gaming carnage often helps me when I'm in a bad way. Know that the Dakka community has your back!

I didn't recognize the Plagueburster right away, but I dig what you're doing to its frame. Are you building up some hydraulics for a cowcatcher?

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Bane's crew looks really good graven. You should listen to your head more often!

   
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Great work on Bane's crew and I know the symptom of "hey just one more brush stroke... well I could start the next mini... oh the squad is done" It doesn't happen often to me, but when the zone beckons, you go into it. And is it the perspective or is Bane really slimmer than his goons?
   
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Might as well....

Militia looking good, loving the plagueburster so far

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Theophony wrote:Bane’s crew is looking great .
Plague burst crawler is coming along nicely. I really am enjoying watching the growth of 40K Nurgle stuff.
If your head is in a bad spot it must be time for some more Carnage!!! Get out the matchbox cars and start blowing up your kids

That's a fine idea, actually. Ages since we've played Gaslands. Goof shout!

Don Qui Hotep wrote:I think Bane and his goons turned out great. Nothing makes a villain look more villainous than a painted army of hooligans to dohis bidding. You're making me want to get into the Batman game.
I agree with Theophony that gaming carnage often helps me when I'm in a bad way. Know that the Dakka community has your back!
I didn't recognize the Plagueburster right away, but I dig what you're doing to its frame. Are you building up some hydraulics for a cowcatcher?


Organic hydraulics of a sort. I'm just going to gradually stick bits on and see what works
Army of hooligans you say?

"We take Gotham from the corrupt! The rich! The oppressors of generations who have kept you down with myths of opportunity, and we give it back to you... the people. Gotham is yours. None shall interfere. Do as you please. Start by storming Blackgate, and freeing the oppressed! Step forward those who would serve. For an army will be raised. The powerful will be ripped from their decadent nests, and cast out into the cold world that we know and endure. Courts will be convened. Spoils will be enjoyed. Blood will be shed. The police will survive, as they learn to serve true justice. This great city... it will endure. Gotham will survive!"
Very, very satisfying. That's my kind of army pic
Viterbi wrote:Great work on Bane's crew and I know the symptom of "hey just one more brush stroke... well I could start the next mini... oh the squad is done" It doesn't happen often to me, but when the zone beckons, you go into it. And is it the perspective or is Bane really slimmer than his goons?

No it's just terrible photography lol. Yes, I can be rather guilty of one more brush stroke syndrome

monkeytroll wrote:Might as well....

Militia looking good, loving the plagueburster so far

Cheers! You're certainly and inspiration. However. The PBC is likely to sit at this stage until I start a quite different project... One involving planes...
Very little done today. It's rather warm, and then socially distant drinking happened.
Did start on these:

The boy insists they are Height 1 obstacles for Aeronautica. Who am I to argue

I also found copperhead and catman for BMG, who I quite forget were lying in a jar of Dettol, stripping for the last couple of months. Might have to do something with them...
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