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#76 Mon, Jan30 2017 12:11am

Turambar
Archer of Mirkwood
From: Germany
Registered: Sun, Apr27 2008
Posts: 2724

Re: Painting tutorials, tips, tricks...

FoI simply get a sharp knife and have no problems at all . . .

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The dragons are gone, the giants are dead and the children of the woods are forgotten.

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#77 Mon, Jan30 2017 12:40am

Theobald
Wisest of Ents
From: the Osning in Germany
Registered: Tue, Jan29 2008
Posts: 5381
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Re: Painting tutorials, tips, tricks...

Well, I do understand you very well Master Mindx2, as I tried to cope with that some years ago, when the figures were released. Anyway I always liked the idea of having those nine Nazgûls as figures. I think they're very difficult to be painted. That idea of separating parts of the figures (those cloaks with two parts) was great, as it gives a better 3-dimensional to the final figure. In those days I also liked the new shape of the bases better than the odd ones we still have to face.

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#78 Wed, Feb1 2017 5:36pm

Maenas
Traveller
From: Barcelona, Spain
Registered: Thu, Mar6 2008
Posts: 360

Re: Painting tutorials, tips, tricks...

I agree with master ent. Some LR references were nicer just because of that freshness of positions, but they were generally more fragile and a little bit more complicated to put together.
The type of packaging was a bit of a PITA to open, but the advantage of having thinner swords, staffs and bows was a nice reward.


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