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PostPosted: January 25th, 2018, 3:31 pm 
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Well, I did some thighmaster & butt-trimming work on the trooper and he sits his horse much better.
All 4 pieces have had seams & such cleaned and were re-primed -- you don't need to see the same picture again.

Ready to start painting.


Thighmaster and butt-trimming....sounds like you might become a

plastic surgeon

See what I did there? ;-)

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PostPosted: January 25th, 2018, 9:35 pm 
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That really does look like a quality figure set. Very nice work.

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Base skin color is on, now starting clothing base.
I have been a bit more distracted than I had planned, so it's not going as smoothly as I thought.

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Same excuses ....

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The Indian has a blue shirt and buckskin pants. Face is not quite as bronzed/red as I would like. Then on to all the details.
The Indian pony is a paint/pinto and has the start of a blanket, it might need to be darker, less bright.

The officer also has a blue shirt, light blue pants, and boots. I', still not quite happy with the pants.
The horse has a base color and some white to be touched up. I'm on 2nd try on the blanket and think I have the blue I want so I'll do the yellow trim and start on harness.

Not going as fast as I wanted, but fortunately it's a long GB. Better look for a base and plan that out.

I think I can avoid a DNF.

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These look great, John.

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Coming along nicely.


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I have to say that the officer's pose looks a tad unfortunate :shock: Too many beans perhaps? :-D
The Indian is looking really good!

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iggie wrote:
I have to say that the officer's pose looks a tad unfortunate :shock: Too many beans perhaps? :-D
The Indian is looking really good!


:ha:
The reactions of the scout and the horses would suggest you're right! :-D

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:ha: :ha: :ha:

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I've done some more here, will post a picture tomorrow, but I have a lot left as you'll see.

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