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Peace on the Beast!

I couldn't resist when I saw this at Cult's. Wizards is an old favorite film of my younger self. It's a tad outside my comfort zone (i.e. not a plane or spaceship), but it was fun (albeit frustrating at times) to paint.







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You want some fun? Try to get rid of the mold seams on cast resin ROPE!
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I couldn't resist when I saw this at Cult's. Wizards is an old favorite film of my younger self. It's a tad outside my comfort zone (i.e. not a plane or spaceship), but it was fun (albeit frustrating at times) to paint.








Hot Void Boss !!!! That is some very sharp work you've done, well done sir. Peace is my favourite character from Wizards.
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You seem to have pulled off the semi-muted slightly pastel colors of the art VERY well.
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VERY neat, clean, work.
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I agree with finaprint. The colors you used were excellent choices!
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Tanks kids!
Yeah, I had the poster in front of me the whole time. I used both ModelMaster military enamels and my wife's craft store acrylics, whichever fit.

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You want some fun? Try to get rid of the mold seams on cast resin ROPE!
Hadn't thought about that.
Must have been all kinds of fun.

Your work looks outstanding though.
I had to look again, because at first I though you were posting pictures of the actual art, not your kit.
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Wow, that is impressive modelling. Very well done. Thanks for showing it.
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John, you never cease to amaze! You pulled off an awesome job on this.
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Aw shucks.
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Fantastic build!
Wizards is still lone of my favorite films- you really managed to capture the feel of the animation
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Beautiful work John. How'd you pull off the spots?


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