Hyped up on sugar, and unable to continue my water terrain table I decided to work on Skulldred. Only it was too frikkin hot in my studio. The only solution was to strip everything left in mah bukkit.
I know you love seeing piles of stripped figures... you dirty leadwhores... and this pile does not disappoint.
First up, sodding great chronopia hydra. Part metal, part resin... part garden ornament. This beasty is going to be a blast to paint! He was one of the first ever resin models out if memory serves. Blinking huge, but sadly not very dynamic.
A couple of early dragons I picked up from CANCON- Tom Meier's gnarly black dragon on the right- a very early fiend factory dragon on the left. The other half of my Grenadier Dracolich is bottom right. A ral partha land dragon- based on the Roger Dean artwork (next to the Dnd skirmish giant).
Great, dragon month can get off to a flying start.
Also from Cancon, a metal diver war machine. Yes. My fingers are set to bleed this year with endless frikkin pinning.
The bloodthirster is the second from last daemon I need- jist tzeench to go.
The most exciting stars of the show are center... some more of the critically needed undead for the John Blanche Undead Assault Skirmish Project (jbuap?). Stay tuned.
damn! that hydra looks mental! "part garden ornament" definitely!ReplyDelete
What do you use for stripping resin? I've got some figures that desperately need a good scrub yet I'm worried that my usual dettol treatment might be detrimental :s I'm really enjoying your blog by the way :)ReplyDelete
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