Saturday, 22 March 2014

Paint Table Saturday



 Managed to get more of a start on some of the scavengers this week mostly base coated and some washes have been applied hopefully will get these finished off next week.


 The current table.



 Bit more putty work done on these guys filed the bat down in to a better shape added straps for the back pack and shotgun shoulder holster and filed them into shape. The two in the centre are nearly finished pretty much.

32 comments:

  1. The milliput looks like so nice conversion work on the go. I look forward to seeing more.

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  2. Thank you very much for participating this week! I added your link to my blog post.
    Have a great Paint Table Saturday!
    Greetings, Sofie

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  3. Great conversions cant wait to see them paiinted

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  4. A lot of work on this table !!
    The conversions seem to be good, also.

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  5. Looking good. I look forward to seeing them finished. :-)

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  6. Clever work and conversions. I'm impressed by the chap on the right who appears to have a pot on his head?

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    1. The one on the right in the bottom pic has a welding mask on lol

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  7. Really like the colours on the scavengers. Very nice putty work on your conversions too.

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    1. Thanks. I need to get some green stuff or procreate and have a try with it milliput isn't that great for tine stuff.

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  8. Good looking conversions, they're going to be quite a force when finished

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  9. Great conversions! you have lots of model to paint now :)

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    1. Thanks. Don't we always have lots of models to paint?

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  10. I like your conversions. Subtle yet really good.

    And painting is progressing quite good. Now keep it up mate ;-)

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    1. Yeah I will lay off the conversions this week and try and get some painting done its starting to get crowded :)

      I really want to paint Hasslefree Mckenzie up. But want to get at least 5 of the scavs done first so that will be my first goal.

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  11. Hola
    Buenas minis,y que cantidad
    Atento estaremos
    UN SALUDO

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  12. Lots of nice looking figures on the go there. I look forward to seeing how they turn out.

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  13. Always good to see anyone's hobby pogress mate. :)

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  14. This looks great Simon and I now feel that my resolve is almost broken. I may need to head over to kick-starter!

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    1. last 7 days sir! £50 gets you 17 figs and the rulebook :)

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    2. Curse you Quinton, now a fully paid up backer! :)

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    3. Awesome glad your on board sir!

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  15. Great touches Simon- sometimes a little conversion just brings the model to life, and you've achieved that.

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    1. Thanks :) Having a funny evening just stripped some old hasslefree figures I painted a while back.

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  16. Things are proceeding nicely, Simon.

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  17. Oh my, how could I miss that!
    They are amazing, from what I can see, really looking forward to see them painted. I love the plastic-to-metal conversion, but that double barrel strapped to the back, now that's a great idea!

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    1. Thanks they are to represent members of an engineering faction for across the dead earth and they represent what those characters where armed with. I was sure how to a the shotgun and it seemed like the easiest way of doing. I'm unsure whether there needs to be something across the back and over the other shoulder or to just add a backpack as well.

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  18. Welding mask...pot. It's all the same in the post apocalyptic wasteland! :) Looking good Simon

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    1. Thanks indeed it all protects the head!

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  19. I've never used miliput, but haven't had much success will sculpt for anything other than gap filling. I find it's too sticky (even with water) for me to work with to get good results. I hope you have better luck, it certainly looks like you're doing just fine so far.

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  20. Its ok don't use water it makes it slimy. Mathyoo suggested I add more than is required then file into shape after. Which is what I pretty much did above. I shall get something else at some point.

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  21. Nice project, Simon. I'm looking forward to seeing the guy with the helmet and face shield painted up. Best, Dean

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