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UK

Good luck with the roof!

   
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Earlobe deep in doo doo

Euurrghh yeah and an emergency repair bill. Yuck. Had my roof replaced this summer it was a right faff and know how you feel about water in wiring personally I'd avoid using it until it drys out if it can be helped. For the kans maybe some of the more recent desert camos might be worth a look as well?

"But me no buts! Our comrades get hurt. Our friends die. Falkenburg is a knight who swore an oath to serve the church and to defend the weak. He'd be the first to tell you to stop puling and start planning. Because what we are doing-at risk to ourselves-is what we have sworn to do. The West relies on us. It is a risk we take with pride. It is an oath we honour. Even when some soft southern burgher mutters about us, we know the reason he sleeps soft and comfortable, why his wife is able to complain about the price of cabbages as her most serious problem and why his children dare to throw dung and yell "Knot" when we pass. It's because we are what we are. For all our faults we stand for law and light.
Von Gherens This Rough Magic Lackey, Flint & Freer
Mekagorkalicious -Monkeytroll
2017 Model Count-71
 
   
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102nd Expeditionary Fleet

Heh, I'm also sitting on three of those Kans for ages now, they've been primed leadbelcher and given a wash of nuln oil, but that's about it really. I do want to do details, but I don't want it to pop too much or look too much out of place.

Will be looking forward to your solution on this, though seeing these in some sort of camo pattern would be neat.

Seeing as these are done up by grots, it could be a crude but still elaborate pattern that they've copied from Imperials or the like.

Of Knights & Nobles - a P&M blog about Knights, nobles and some things in between

Be ash and cinder forevermore!

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A Protoss colony world

Wow, didn't know the weather got that bad down under. I mean, intellectually I knew it must sometimes, but I never hear about it here (of course). Hope your home is okay when its done.

I do like the Killa Kans so far. They'd look okay in the desert camo like you did for those Boyz. Also, is there going to be a separate thread for the December challenge thing? I know you've got your hands full with the rain and all, but I thought I'd ask and see what's going on for that.

My armies (re-counted and updated on 1/27/19, including modeled wargear options):
Dark Angels: ~11200 | Space Marines (Blood Ravens and others): ~1300 | Space Wolves: ~3400
Inquisition: ~300 | Officio Assassinorum: ~500 | Imperial Knights: ~800 | Talons of the Emperor: ~500
Tau Empire: ~6200 | Chaos Space Marines (various legions): ~8100 | Death Guard: ~2800 | Chaos Daemons (all types): ~2100
Check out my P&M Blogs: ZergSmasher's P&M Blog | Imperial Knights blog | Total models painted in 2018: 134 | Total models painted in 2019: 27 | Current main painting project: Space Wolves Wulfen
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That's why I have 5 dogs...... i'll always have a 'Roof'

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"Nah, I'm just way too lazy to stand up so I keep sitting and paint" - Sigur

"I think the NMM technique with metals is just MNMM. Same sound I make while eating a good pizza" - Whalemusic360 
   
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Melbourne .au

Update here:
https://azazelx.com/2017/12/06/painting-decemb-uary-2017-18-part-2/

Sorry for the link instead of a proper post. I don't have the energy right now to do it twice. I'll explain and maybe edit this one later. Like in a week or two.

   
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Australia

No good to hear things are rough heading into Christmas. Good luck with it all and hope you are back up and motivating us to new hobby heights.

I am pretty sure I owe you a Necron Monolith.......which now I am done with the Dwarfs I can actually start to paint (plus I am soon to be on my very brief Christmas holidays).

See My Crazy Army plan here: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/521618.page#5517409
See the Fluff of my Crazy Army plan here: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/537440.page

2000 Point Armies
[40k] Murdochs 5th Armoured Detachment, 34/87th Tullarium Armour; Taskforce of the Garrsak Clan Company; Grimskragas Razorfangs, Guiding Light of Yarn Le'ath; Hive Fleet Acidica; XII Ambush Cell, Loyalists of the Twin Primarchs;

[Warhammer] The Obsidian Knightly Order; The Wondrous Caravan of the Traveller and his Maneaters; Bronze Host of Ka-Sabar; Dragonriders of Caledor; Vain Quest for the Grail, 11th Crusade of Araby; The Throng of Kark Veng; 
   
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Melbourne .au

Here's that Dec 6th Update:



Sorry about the lack of updates. I’ve got gak happening IRL of pretty much the worst kind. I’m also not keeping up on other people’s blogs properly, nor am I much good at replying. I’m just dropping in and out almost randomly depending on how I feel at that exact moment on both reading and commenting. I’ll talk about the situation later, but for the time being, I’m trying to stay sane by working a lot and doing a little bit of painting.



Working on Mamon Transfigured from Forge World, and a little on the metal GUO.



I’m not especially happy with the rusted barrel. It looks too much like a red barrel rather than a rusted one. I’m aware that the WIP lighting is kinda gakky, though – so you can’t see it properly. I’ll see how it looks once more of the daemon is done, and tweak from there.

Others doing the Painting Decembuary thing so far are:

Zergsmasher is painting Mortarion.




Imperial Rebel Ork aka IRO via Wordpress.



Working on a converted Ogre/Ogor/Mournfang Stonehorn.

We’ve had a few other people (both on WordPress and Dakka) pledge to start, though IRO and Zerg are the only ones I know of that have started posting so far. I’ll include people’s updates in the above form when I do new Decembuary posts.


If you're a regular to this plog, you can go to the Wordpress site and check the 12th December post. I don't really want to repost that stuff on Dakka, or in the "forum" format, and I'm ...not really able to go through and edit it down for Dakka-format. I haven't even been able to look at that post again TBH. Maybe in a couple more days.

If you're not a regular here, then feel free to skip. I'll post the model pics here soon enough.

   
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A Protoss colony world

Sorry to hear you're having troubles, Az. I hope it all gets better soon. Your Nurgle guys are coming along great!

My armies (re-counted and updated on 1/27/19, including modeled wargear options):
Dark Angels: ~11200 | Space Marines (Blood Ravens and others): ~1300 | Space Wolves: ~3400
Inquisition: ~300 | Officio Assassinorum: ~500 | Imperial Knights: ~800 | Talons of the Emperor: ~500
Tau Empire: ~6200 | Chaos Space Marines (various legions): ~8100 | Death Guard: ~2800 | Chaos Daemons (all types): ~2100
Check out my P&M Blogs: ZergSmasher's P&M Blog | Imperial Knights blog | Total models painted in 2018: 134 | Total models painted in 2019: 27 | Current main painting project: Space Wolves Wulfen
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Melbourne .au



So I recently painted a pair of Primaris Marines in Celestial Lions livery.





Base coats were all sprays, followed by an all-over wash of Reikland Fleshshade Gloss. Armour drybrushed with Retributor Armour then Liberator Gold and then a tiny bit of Model Air Gold mixed in. Blue panels painted with Vallejo "Ultramarine" blue coloured surface primer, washed with thinned down Vallejo Game Air 72.720 Imperial Blue, then re-highlighted with Vallejo Game Colour Ultramarine Blue, then highlighted with thinned VGA 72.724 Electric Blue.





Aquilas done with Vallejo Model Colour Dark Grey, then highlighted with a couple of greys, washed with Nuln Oil Gloss then highlighted again on the edges with Army Painter Warpaints Ash Grey. Weapons done with Dark Grey, then edge highlighted with Citadel Incubi Darkness, washed with Nuln Oil Gloss, then re-highlighted on extreme edges with Incubi Darkness again. Probably too subtle to actually see, but it is what it is. Leather done with VMA 71.042 Camo Black Brown spot washed with Nuln Oil Gloss, then highlighted with That VMA brown I use for everything and the code and name have worn off the label. I know which one it is, though.





To designate the models as Lieutenants, I used VII Legion decals from the Imperial Fists HH transfer sheet on their right kneepads. I also added tiny "Fists" shields to their left pauldrons, along with a Maltese Cross on the right pauldron of one, and the backpack of the other, to represent their brotherhood with the Black Templars. The Lieutenant's helmet stripe I left without the white bars to show consistency with the Crimson Fists style of helmet stripe. Yes, I missed the fact that they're supposed to have 40mm bases, but these figures ain't being rebased or fethed around with.





The lion-head Chapter icons came from Matrillo Y Cola on Shapeways. They're not nearly as detailed in hand as they appear on the webpage, so I had to paint in the dividing line between the lion's chin and their mane, and also the eye. Still, they work well enough and give consistency better than freehanding the icons would.





Since I have also been painting Minotaurs, I wanted to ensure that the Celstial Lions were as easily distinguished from the Minos as possible. To that end, the gold here is much brighter and "oranger" - and washed with Fleshshade than the pale brass of the Minos, which is made from sepia washes over silver, later washed with green. The "dark grey" aquilas could easily have been done in metallic tones, but again I went with non-metallic greys as the Minos have theirs in metallics.

Painting these was a smooth process, and actually quite enjoyable and relaxing. I'll be doing some more pretty soon, but I've got a bunch of squads that were started years ago that I want to complete before starting new ones.



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Those are gorgeous. Super crisp painting.
   
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Illinois

Sweet work Az, sorry to hear about the issues IRL. May you bounce back as ever!

 
   
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Gah! I hate Primaris, but I really am impressed with that scheme you've done! the gold done like that is very different and really looks neat and almost a bone finish until you get the glimmer of gold on the panels and it just pops! looks fantastic and I also really love the look of the darker skin choice for the bare head, that just works like a charm :-) I hope your Christmas season gets better Az, I really do! I know you've had a difficult year and you're such a great guy I'd hate to see you have anything bad happen to you or your family, so you have my blessings and I wish you all the best mate.

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"Nah, I'm just way too lazy to stand up so I keep sitting and paint" - Sigur

"I think the NMM technique with metals is just MNMM. Same sound I make while eating a good pizza" - Whalemusic360 
   
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Earlobe deep in doo doo

Good stuff always enjoy none caucausian 40k

"But me no buts! Our comrades get hurt. Our friends die. Falkenburg is a knight who swore an oath to serve the church and to defend the weak. He'd be the first to tell you to stop puling and start planning. Because what we are doing-at risk to ourselves-is what we have sworn to do. The West relies on us. It is a risk we take with pride. It is an oath we honour. Even when some soft southern burgher mutters about us, we know the reason he sleeps soft and comfortable, why his wife is able to complain about the price of cabbages as her most serious problem and why his children dare to throw dung and yell "Knot" when we pass. It's because we are what we are. For all our faults we stand for law and light.
Von Gherens This Rough Magic Lackey, Flint & Freer
Mekagorkalicious -Monkeytroll
2017 Model Count-71
 
   
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Nottingham

Very nice and crisp, and definitely different from your Minotaurs. Look forward to seeing more of them

Have a look at my P&M blog - currently working on: Tempestus Scions/Primaris Howling Griffons

Previous projects
30k Iron Warriors (11k+)
Full first company Crimson Fists
Zone Mortalis (unfinished)
Classic high elf bloodbowl team 
   
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Arlington, va

Very cool, and a nice deep cut into 40k lore.

I like the mustard color over the gold.

 
   
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Melbourne .au

Thank you guys, these figures mean a lot to me.

Oddly, the plasticky-looking gold is an accident, especially given that all of the paints used are metallics, the only thing that's not being the gloss wash.

   
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Teesside

Lovely work, especially the Celestial Lions. It's pretty rare for me to get excited about Space Marines, but you've really taken advantage of the bigger canvas afforded by the Primaris format to just add a little more detail and variety of shade, while still keeping them recognisable as loyalist Space Marines by the relative simplicity of their look.

I will be starting painting in your Decembuary challenge imminently -- probably Xmas Day or Boxing Day. I've had a shedload of work handed to me over the Xmas holiday (getting paid for it but it's still way more than I want to be doing this time of year). But my daughter arrives for her Xmas visit in about half an hour and we plan to do a bunch of painting and watching movies for the next week or so.

My painting & modelling blog: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/699224.page

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Japan

Nice work on those Primaris Marines. I had to look up the Celestial Lions, having never heard of them before. Interesting history, if a bit more than I could make myself read.

Now showing Mantic scarecrows and reapers for Vanguard!




Painting total as of 7/18/2019: 66 plus a wooden bridge and gnoll encampment and 28 pieces of Mantic scatter terrain and three fly holes and three farm buildings and a fire pit.


 
   
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Australia

The Celestial Lions are awesome. Really nice paint work.

I am finally getting a bit of holiday free time and have finished the assembly of the Necron Monolith. Painting will begin this afternoon. It was a bad model to assemble.

See My Crazy Army plan here: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/521618.page#5517409
See the Fluff of my Crazy Army plan here: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/537440.page

2000 Point Armies
[40k] Murdochs 5th Armoured Detachment, 34/87th Tullarium Armour; Taskforce of the Garrsak Clan Company; Grimskragas Razorfangs, Guiding Light of Yarn Le'ath; Hive Fleet Acidica; XII Ambush Cell, Loyalists of the Twin Primarchs;

[Warhammer] The Obsidian Knightly Order; The Wondrous Caravan of the Traveller and his Maneaters; Bronze Host of Ka-Sabar; Dragonriders of Caledor; Vain Quest for the Grail, 11th Crusade of Araby; The Throng of Kark Veng; 
   
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Nice to see a yellow that's not super bright - mustard is a tragically under-used color.

   
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Arlington, va

 JoshInJapan wrote:
Nice work on those Primaris Marines. I had to look up the Celestial Lions, having never heard of them before. Interesting history, if a bit more than I could make myself read.


IIRC there's a cool behind the scenes story. The Celestial Lions were someone's home brew chapter taking advantage of Lion transfers from fantasy. Someone made fun of their stupid name (dumber than Space Wolves?) and wrote them into the Armageddon campaign. On one hand they all got killed but on the other they really got a heroic backstory.

 
   
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Terrifying Doombull





Melbourne .au

Thank you gents. I'm working on a squad of "regular" Lions now that I started on Christmas day and would have gotten finished quickly if not for life's distractions - hopefully they'll be done in a few days.

In the interim, here's some figures I finished just after the Lions:



I’d be showing off the whole squad, but some of the initial photos turned out blurry. So… half of them it is.

This squad of Deathwatch Space Marines were started sometime after their rules were first published in White Dwarf 306, back in the mid-noughties. As with so many of my projects, I got a certain way through before getting distracted or what have you, and like many of them, I’ve dug these models out of a figure case a few months ago and gotten them finished in the last week.



I needed something to work on after completing the pair of Celestial Lions recently, as I needed to have something to continue working on. These had been sitting on my desk for ages, mostly forlorn after being rebased onto 32mm bases, and so they have been my focus in the last few days. And now they’re done.



This model originally had a chapter badge from …some transfer sheet or another. A skull with crossed lighting bolts or some such. It was pretty generic, but at least it worked for some Space marine chapter that wasn’t one of the big, well known ones. This model is from 1995/6, known at the time as Veteran Sergeant 1 with Bionic Eye, he’s been given a metal Deathwatch Shoulder Pad and Bolter added onto a 2nd Ed plastic marine arm, and a 3rd ed plastic backpack. The Lion-head icon again comes from Matrillo Y Cola on Shapeways.



Given recent events, when I came to try and finish this guy off, he was an easy induction into the Celestial Lions, especially given that his face and hair were already done. In a sense it furthers the tribute but more importantly it makes what was a pretty generic marine a little more meaningful to me – and I’d always liked how his face and complexion turned out, most of which is unfortunately lost in these photos. (It looks pretty average in that top photo!)



This next guy is the first of my Deathwatch that I completed. He was even kinda-completed when I fished him and his brothers out of that figure case, but he then needed rebasing, some additional work on his weapon and re-highlighting on his armour using Vallejo Panzer Aces 309 Periscopes – which is an idea I stole off a guy here on Dakka (sorry, forgot who's name!)because his Deathwatch looked great with it as the highlight colour instead of the usual greys.



Periscopes works especially well for me, as I’ve got a few different types of black-armoured marines going now (Legion of the Damned, Black Templars, plus more to come) and it allows for black armour with a very different feel, rather than more of the same. The model here is simply a 3rd Ed plastic marine using the metal Deathwatch parts (head, bolter, shoulder).



As with the Lion above, this guy was originally to be from some unknown, unnamed chapter. I may have come up with chapter and character names, and some fluff for these guys, but as I’ve said, the models were conceived a decade ago, and so that kind of stuff is now lost to time. While I’m able to paint at the moment, thinking up imaginative background isn’t my forte at the best of times, and right now I have no chance of concentrating well enough to create any…



So here we are. If anyone has an interesting chapter name for me to slap onto this guy, I’ll certainly consider it. I’ll try and get the others up soon, without any blurriness.

I'll try and get a Painting Decembuary update done in the next few days as well. I know a lot of people (not me) have been working hard on their models for it lately.

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Japan

Nice work on the Deathwatch guys. The models themselves seem kind of small next to the Primaris from last update. How do they compare IRL?

Now showing Mantic scarecrows and reapers for Vanguard!




Painting total as of 7/18/2019: 66 plus a wooden bridge and gnoll encampment and 28 pieces of Mantic scatter terrain and three fly holes and three farm buildings and a fire pit.


 
   
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The Sergeant reminds me of Simon Phoenix. I love it.
   
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Awesome Az! looking really good, can you tell me how you did the black? I'm going to have a shot at it since it looks great! is it one highlight or multiple and washes?

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" I will constantly have those in my head telling me how lazy and ugly and whorish I am. You sir, are a true friend " - KingCracker

"Nah, I'm just way too lazy to stand up so I keep sitting and paint" - Sigur

"I think the NMM technique with metals is just MNMM. Same sound I make while eating a good pizza" - Whalemusic360 
   
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Melbourne .au

You know I had to look up Simon Phoenix - I've never seen Demolition Man, but it's a cool reference. The Primaris are solidly taller than the regular marines, but I can see them fitting in together pretty well since we already have Terminators and Centurions in the mix (not to mention 30 years of scale creep!. I'll get some comparison shots up soonish.

The black is simply black, with Vallejo Panzer Aces "periscopes" first in a thin blend coat around the edges, then a sharper/more solid go-over on selected edges.



Here's the completed squad. I managed to get outside to retake the blurry photos, so here we go:



This is Librarian Edinorog. He originally hails from the "Monokera Rampant" chapter of Space Marines (both names subject to change). He took fething forever to paint, because he's so covered in so much fiddly bling. I painted his eyes in white, and used Nihlakh Oxide to give them that glowing "caster about to do something psychic" look.



Again, the figure used here is an old one. A Librarian model "Lexicanium 1" from 1995/6, he's another model who had had a long journey in getting started (around 2006) and another decade on top to be complete (end 2017). Though these days a Librarian would not be a leader (or member) of the squad, so I'll have to build and paint another Deathwatch Veteran to make this little group legal. Or another six.



The sword was painted with the bluish teal shade I've been using for power swords, but I was unsatisfied with it. I tried to fix it by subtle criss-crossing it with thin lines of silver, but then it just looked messy. So I added a thinned down coat of Transparent Green from Warcolours to try and give it a different look that still fit a power sword. It turned out darker than I'd wanted, but I still think it turned out quite decent.



Once again, the Deathwatch parts added to the model are the metal shoulder pad and bolter from the original metal add-on bits, along with a current Deathwatch backpack. On this and the other models in the squad, I've attempted to very subtly shade the shoulder with a touch of blur, and the arm with a touch of brown. You probably didn't notice that on any of these models before I mentioned it, but you have now. So job done, I guess.



Here's another one of the models that started blurry. This model was originally going to be a Crimson Fist, and actually had the Fist icon attached to his gut-plate, but I decided that his armour was a little too feral looking for a Fist, and pried it off, replacing it with a Flesh Tearer icon. The chest and legs both come from the old Khorne Berserker kit and the head comes from the metal Deathwatch parts from the mid-noughties.



I somehow lost the original right arm, and the pad was to be a metal Fists one, so I simply used both parts from the modern kits. All the parts fit in well enough with one another, so it works for me. I also hazard-striped the cable since painting it metallic or dark grey would have been too boring, and dark red is already the weapon colour.



Rear view isn't especially exciting. Aren't you glad I took this photo?



The chainsword arm is just standard 3rd ed parts while the shoulder pad is taken (I think!) from the Marine Command Squad sprue. It's a good example of the way that GW's plastic technology has moved forward in the past decade, moving from smooth sides here to the sculpted script in the current ones.



Last of all, we have this dude with a heavy bolter. Once again, the weapon is a reflection of the original rules and available models of the day - both arms, the weapon and the backpack are metal while the megs and torso are plastic. Yep, he's from the days of plastic-metal hybrid kits! The shouty head is the metal one from the old Deathwatch sprue of the day, and obviously the Deathwatch shoulder pad again comes from that conversion set. I think I actually had to use clippers to cut the original right ahoulder pad off so I could mount that Deathwatch pad onto it. Fun!



Despite being such pain in the arse to assemble (I had to do that as part of the recent work, as he'd almost completely fallen apart over the years), he's come together quite nicely. Even if his weapon isn't a blinged-out combi-weapon of the modern type.



The shoulder pad had a feline head icon from Shapeways added to it. I do like the effect of sculpted detail of this type on my marine models. Steel Panthers sound ok for a Chapter name? Good. Done. And now that I see this pic, I notice that I forgot to paint a name onto his scroll. I'll have to bring him back inside and sort that out. Tomorrow. I think I also missed the lights on his backpack as well. And huh. Look at that. Red cable. Ah well.



Finally, the reverse shot. I'm out of interesting things to say about this model. So let's just admire the work that his powered armour needs to to to carry all that crap around!

While the squad might not be table-legal for the current edition of 40k, I'm still quite satisfied to have taken another group of marines out of that old case and actually finished them off. With only a single marine to sort out to make them legal, I'll hopefully be able to work around Painting Decembuary to get one done by the end of January. Any more will have to wait until a bunch of other stuff is completed and out of the way, I'm afraid!

   
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What that's it! lol wow it looks good i'll try and track the colour down on Combat Co.

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" I will constantly have those in my head telling me how lazy and ugly and whorish I am. You sir, are a true friend " - KingCracker

"Nah, I'm just way too lazy to stand up so I keep sitting and paint" - Sigur

"I think the NMM technique with metals is just MNMM. Same sound I make while eating a good pizza" - Whalemusic360 
   
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Teesside

Am I too late for Decembuary? I did manage to grab a pic of my "Before" big minis on Xmas Eve, and got them undercoated and some paint on them this week, but I forgot to upload the pic. I move house 250 miles in less than two weeks so have been particularly time-short lately but have managed to keep some paints and minis out of the packing boxes so as to stay sane.

"Before" pic here:
https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/699224.page#9773813

My painting & modelling blog: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/699224.page

Serpent King Games: Dragon Warriors Reborn!
http://serpentking.com/

 
   
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Melbourne .au

All good as far as I'm concerned, Ian. I'm counting you in!

   
 
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