Miniatures For Sale

Friday, November 21, 2014

On Display: 2nd War For Armageddon

That was a fun little project! More pics and some voting links then?



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Vote for it if you like it :)
C'MON: http://www.coolminiornot.com/366685
WAMP: http://www.wampforum.com/gallery/image.php?f=3515&p=1&photoid=3515&wat=
P&P: http://www.puttyandpaint.com/projects/5813

Next Post: Something completely new for me. Time to stretch those painting and prepping skills again and learn new things :) Let me know what you think in the comments and remember; you can't spell paint without a little pain :)

12 comments:

  1. Absolutely bloody gorgeous, man. Love the composition, and the display block is a beautiful piece of woodwork and scenery. Bravo!

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    1. Thanks! My only fear is that The Lady Inquisitor really liked the faux distressed antique finish on the plinth. I fear coming home to piles for unfinished pine furniture...

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  2. So beautiful and so creative! Fantastic job!!

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    1. Thanks! i have a real soft spot for the older sculpts and I guess it shows in my work :)

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  3. Your work is so inspiring Zab! Everything about this is great :).

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    1. Thanks man! Hmm, now how the hell am I gonna fit my ego through this door...

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  4. That blue beakie has the strangest lookin' boots I've ever seen...

    Awesome base, man. Way to make those models cool lookin.'
    Cuz as much as I have a soft spot for the original RT Beakies, they are completely silly lookin.'
    The Beakiest of the Beakies.
    :)

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    1. What?! How did you get online? Don't you have two crazy ladies to dodged right now? I would actually describe these RT beakies as "cute" Ooooh, look at those little mawines!

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  5. This is yet another wonderful diorama (or is it a vignette?) piece by you. You have a talent for this and are improving all the time, not that this implies your early work are shabby in any way, which they are not.

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    1. Thanks man! I'm not sure what it was but it was fun :)

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  6. Great work. I love the old weathered block and the old miniatures.

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    1. Thank you, the lady inquisitor liked the block too. I have some unfinished pine stools in my future -_-

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By all means have your say, but please keep it civil.