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Review: In Combat by Mig Jimenez

 New from Ammo of Mig Jimenez is this fantastic book - IN COMBATThis is breaking some new ground by really showing Sci-Fi and miniature gaming modelers how some of the key techniques used in military modelling these days can transfer directly across and ... 

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Scott

Avenger

This is probably the last warjack I'll paint for a while. It's the last warjack from my unpainted pile, and more specifically, the last I wanted to add until either the Reliant or Hurricane come out. I really did like this plastic kit though and thought it gives the model a very ... 

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Here's Kraye.  2012?  2013?  That hat is a custom job.  I was pretty excited about that.  I was proud of all these paintjobs and really felt like I'd turned a new corner coming out of the Warhammer paint, wash, drybrush days.   This is Ruin, and I finished him ... 

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Scott

Triumph

Another one done. This is actually the first Warjack that I've ever painted that was an add-on kit to a base heavy. Technically I'd done Proteus before, but never for a warjack specifically. I have to say that I like how well this add on kit worked for Triumph.

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Scott

Major Markus Siege Brisbane

It's Siege! He's done! Moving on.

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Scott

Rutger Shaw

Finishing a merc for me is sorta like watching a random movie trailer in the middle of watching a whole season of a show. Rutger here was more added to my paint queue due to the Moving Targets fiction that I listened to on Audible than because I'm super hot to play ... 

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Scott

Shredders (take 11 and 12)

It's been a while since I finished a lesser beast, and since my paint queue hit a weird log jam, these got done. Whee!

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Done and done!

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Scott

Captain Jonas Murdoch

Nothing especially fancy here, but done is done. Photo is terribly dark too for some reason.

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Garou

A little overwhelmed lately.

It's really a side effect of the kanban board.  See, the more organized I am (or, the more I can write down what I am actually working on), it can go from overwhelmed (but not knowing why) to actually seeing the scope of what I need to do.  So, on one hand, it's nice seeing ... 

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