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Sculpting myself a Slann

Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Workschmock, Feb 14, 2019.

  1. Workschmock
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    Hey guys,

    Some days ago I realized that I want to try out a Slann in my Seraphon Starhost, which was intended to be a mere allied force for my Stormcast Eternals err.. Need to stop buying stuff. Well, then I looked up the price of a Slann (40€), cried a bit, remembered I am a college student, cried some more, found old Greenstuff and cardboard and here I am.
    First try to sculpt a whole model from scratch (witch some attached bits). Will try to upload more/better pictures soonish. Progress snaps for anywho who wants to do it themselves. Feel free to ask questions, I appreciate it! =)

    Have a nice day, y'all!
     

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  2. Nacho
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    Wow. Really nice. I will surely wait for the finished sculpt, as it looks really good at this stage.
     
  3. ravagekitteh
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    Looking great!
     
  4. Deed525
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    Looking good, keep on adding until you are happy - don’t hit that wall :)
     
  5. Workschmock
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    Many thanks! Mr. Magic Blot Toad is finished now and ready to be painted (although not at my place atm so it will take some days to show new pictures) =)
     
  6. inakue
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    Nice skills! Looking forward to see it almost finished :p
     
  7. Workschmock
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    IMG_20190308_165042_001__01.jpg Better late than never ^^
    Painting Scheme will be the same style as my Bastiladon (Lords of Space and Time *hint hint) IMG_20181229_163313.jpg
     

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  8. Imrahil
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    the Bastiladon is nicely painted:artist:

    Looking forward to the completed Slann ;)

    Gr, Imrahil
     
  9. Warden
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    Nice concept for the space bastiladon! He has the Milky Way on his back!
     
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  10. Workschmock
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    And many milky ways in his tummy XD.
    Still working on painting the Slann.. Do hot here... ahhh...
     
  11. Darklorddan
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    Very cool! I'm looking at having to sculpt a slaan myself too, on account of the outrageous pricing!
     
  12. Workschmock
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    And resin! I hate GW resin/finecast. So glad that my BCR Icefall Yhetees are old and thus made of metal. I should not have sold my old painted metal skink priest T.T
    Thank you for youtlr comment and if you need advice on something, hit me up.
     
  13. Darklorddan
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    Yeah paying £30 is one thing (I remember when they were £12!), but having them made of an inferior material really puts them beyond the pale!
     
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