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    small thugs

    Practicing my 15mm scale skills. Soo much fun doing these. Mainly because there is only so much time that can be spent at this scale so you get a finished result fairly quick.
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    So small...

    Nice figs, Carnal, nice detail at that size.
    what materile did you use?

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    cool

    paint them

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    very cool how did you make them id love to know

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    leave them be, use em as those plastic army guys, some tan ones to fight em would rock

    humans are like snowflakes, totally unique yet useless unless in groups
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    Jarons20: Material was Kneadtite/green stuff. From Games Workshop.

    arghmisfit: I'm in the process of dealing with a producer actually. So I will paint a couple of cast some day I hope!

    yoshi: Epoxy putty over a carefully posed armature. Armature wire is visible on the shotgun on leftmost fig. Twist two pieces of wire together. The twisted part becomes spine, wire ends become arms and legs after cutting them to right length. Other than that all I can say is that I pushed around the putty with patience while holding my breath until it looked right.

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