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broodblik:
Just plain awesome !!!!!!

Trooper McFad:
Thanks guys for the kind comments. It’s good that others can appreciate the characters brought to a 3D format. In my house they are just looked upon as dust gathers 😂😂😂.

I’m quickly running out of space so have to think carefully when picking my next characters or I’ll have to move some on or my boy out so I can get my own man cave.

Funt Solo:

--- Quote from: Trooper McFad on 03 December, 2021, 06:11:16 PM ---Thanks guys but my hope is that this thread would winkle out more model makers (amateurs like myself).

This board is full of talent from the short stories, Dread heads, sketches, Lego builds etc I can’t believe I’m the only one trying his hand at model mashups!

--- End quote ---

Great work on the Lawless models.

I do like to convert miniatures, and nearly all of mine are Games Workshop kit (classic Warhammer and 40K). I hate the idea of two models in a squad being identical, so I do conversions to make them unique. I'm really bad at finding big blocks of painting time, though, so most of my work is either pre-undercoat or undercoated and gathering dust. Not the best things to show off - but I enjoy the process of Frankensteining the minis all the same. 

I have discovered that over-used blu-tac sort of decomposes over time - becoming both yucky smelling and terribly difficult to remove from the minis.

Trooper McFad:

--- Quote from: Funt Solo on 06 January, 2022, 06:18:45 PM ---
--- Quote from: Trooper McFad on 03 December, 2021, 06:11:16 PM ---Thanks guys but my hope is that this thread would winkle out more model makers (amateurs like myself).

This board is full of talent from the short stories, Dread heads, sketches, Lego builds etc I can’t believe I’m the only one trying his hand at model mashups!

--- End quote ---

Great work on the Lawless models.

I do like to convert miniatures, and nearly all of mine are Games Workshop kit (classic Warhammer and 40K). I hate the idea of two models in a squad being identical, so I do conversions to make them unique. I'm really bad at finding big blocks of painting time, though, so most of my work is either pre-undercoat or undercoated and gathering dust. Not the best things to show off - but I enjoy the process of Frankensteining the minis all the same. 

I have discovered that over-used blu-tac sort of decomposes over time - becoming both yucky smelling and terribly difficult to remove from the minis.

--- End quote ---

I too have a stack of Dredd mini’s to paint but doing the small batch for the Christmas tree was fun adding the baubles and Santa hats.
I have the same feeling about having too many figures the same it means that you have to keep things consistent so a wee tweak here and there adds interest.
I’d like to see your tweaks as I’m always looking to pinch others ideas 😁.

The Legendary Shark:

Ghafflebette!

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