Dogui

Down with the sickness

Ok, so I’m with a nasty virus, stuck in bed for 3 days. Which gives me time to actually do stuff, like uploading this stuff!!!!

First a few LotR figs I painted to kill the Warmachine fever (no pun intended) I had for almost 6 months now. Some elven archers and swordsmen. Elves are one of ... 

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Felix

The Wall of Done: Second Batch of 2011

The Wall of Done is a changing display of completed works. The second Wall of Done for 2011 was completed back before the storm. You can see the projects on it up close. You can see this batch has three major components: Trollbloods:Stone Scribes, Runebearer, Fennblade UA, Skinner, Scouts Khador: Devastator, Yuri, Rifle Corps, Greylord Escorts Rangers of Middle ... 

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Felix

Washes: Winterguard, Greylords, Trollkin Scouts, Yuri the Axe

A good goal and stopping point for me when painting is to get to a point after first or second highlights where I want to bring some of the highlights down with some shading. For that I use Vallejo inks mixed with a tiny drop of soap and some glaze medium.I try to make sure ... 

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Kerry

Hobbit Archers

Hello, I have recently purchased some new paints, Reaper Master Series (RMS), and the Wet Palette from Privateer Press. The Reaper paints I have talked a bit about in my previous posts. The paints have a wide selection of excellant colors, come in dropper bottles, and I think they take the best of both the ... 

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Kerry

Epic Madrak, Hobbit Archers, and New Recruits

Hello, I've been busy, busy lately. I have added Epic Madrak to my Dipped Trollbloods. I also have a full Krielstone Bearer and 5 Stone Scribes finished, except for the bases. I will be finishing them up tomorrow. Now I just need to finish up those Kriel Warriors I have.Also I have finished painting up ... 

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Kerry

The Road Goes Ever On And On!

11/21/07Hello again,This is Gandalf the Grey in his Horse and Cart. It is from the Lord of the Rings Game for Games Workshop. I painted him up about a few months back. Using a combination of Privateer Press P3 paints and Vallejo's Game and Model colors. I was going to sculpt reins from green ... 

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