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  1. Sif Would give that model a nice permanent spot on the desk
  2. Kzo

    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Looks much better than expected, will be interested to try them out. Anything that can save me some time is welcome.
  3. Kzo

    Bargain buys for everyone.

    Mice & Mystics: Tail Feathers for £19.99 on Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Plaid-Hat-Games-Feathers-Board/dp/B017OW1QHC?tag=article-geekdo-21
  4. Kzo

    Games Exchange

    Would love to get Space Hulk - I bought one off eBay last week but had to return it as the character cards were all warped and mouldy
  5. Got a few make-up brushes from the pound shop which are pretty good. They're much softer than the kids flat-topped brushes I otherwise use (and still do for bases and the like). Good for doing flatter surfaces like a shoulder pad or something as I think they give a smoother finish. Look like this: https://www.elfcosmetics.com/eye-contour-brush/100048.html
  6. Kzo

    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    One cool idea I saw on a basing video was to buy a job lot of watch innards to stick around the base. Might look cool on something like this. They can be had pretty cheap on ebay: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/DIY-Steam-Punk-Gears-Wheels-Wrist-Cogs-Jewellery-Vintage-Watch-Parts-Pieces-10g/283294974326?hash=item41f5b24176:g:Us4AAOSw9YdcdV3J
  7. Kzo

    Painting Tips

    Cheers all, nice vid Cocky think I'm the main beneficiary of your tutorials so far
  8. Kzo

    Painting Tips

    Any tips for assembling metal and resin miniatures? I've only ever done plastic one-piece or GW minis with nice slots before with plastic glue. Need to stick the hands on 1 metal and 1 resin and I think the wrists will be too thin for pins but superglue by itself seems like it would be very brittle? Also likely to squidge out the sides when I inevitably use too much.
  9. Kzo

    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Appreciate painting a single marine over the course of a couple of weeks isn't a stunning achievement but I get time to paint so rarely I like to share Had a couple of hours tonight to continue trying to follow along with @Cocky's video: Obviously not pulling the technique off correctly but I think he looks pretty decent by my standards so I'm happy to have tried it, it's fun to paint in a messier style.
  10. Kzo

    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Look great, those are some really cool models too. Any particular story behind the one with all the flowers? I see them on some of the bases too.
  11. Kzo

    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    And here's me taking 2 hours to base coat something . Great painting!
  12. Looking great! Out of interest, how noisy is a standard compressor for an airbrush? I paint in my study when kids are in bed, which is next door to their rooms.
  13. Impressed with both your mental fortitude and your painting. First models I ever painted were 9 stormies from IA, it's a wonder I continued with the hobby.
  14. Kzo

    Games Workshop, An Appreciation Thread

    Yeah, I was fairly certain the VMC wouldn't work out before I put it on, it's a fun technique to try out though and I'll go ahead and finish it. This is going to be the oddest looking group of marines around, each one done with a different technique

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