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About brodiebear

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  1. Managed to get some time on this one last Saturday night, Braiding finished, and weathered the red leather body armour and the gold breastplate, toes painted in and started work (not pictured) on his sword and banner.
  2. Ive had no time at all with the brushes over the last week and a half. Daughter's had interviews at a few unis - hoping to study Paramedic science, Weekends taken up with Ice Hockey and this weeks been a washout so far with a trip to Sheffield Uni, got home to then receive a call and had to work till 3am the next day, so knackered for two nights. Anyway enough moaning; I did get to a point where i had added shadows and highlights to his fur, reds painted in neatly gold added and started work on the braiding.
  3. Ahhhh, see what you mean now - fair point.
  4. I have been working on Scalebro's 40mm samurai Mammoth warrior. Detail and casting is superb - Head eyes and Tusks painted. Tusks are just dry fitted in place at the moment;
  5. Thank you for the comments, boots would have been made from animal hide ?, so would that not be a matt finish ?, will add some dry brushing to his metal chain mail, i had envisaged him as shouting from a mountain top that the 'Vikings are HERE, run while you can' lol , but may add some 'dried' blood to his axe from his last battle. Many thanks.
  6. Finished this guy some time ago- Scalebro 40mm Viking Warrior - painted in acrylics from Vallejo, Golds from Darkstar Thanks for looking.
  7. So it is. Thanks for the heads up, forgot to repaint it
  8. Revell's reboxing of ICM's 1/16th SWAT Officer. I had to get one and have a go, and for £14.99 it seemed good value. Built up with just a few seams that needed a swipe with some Vallejo putty and wiped off with a damp finger, or cotton bud. Only disappointing thing i found was the Crye Airframe helmet(s), which are on the one devoid of all detail and the other the Rails are very soft. so I ordered in a pair of Live Resin replacements, so the good value of £14.99 has now doubled in price. Mind with the CHOPS installed it will give him a different look, even without the CHOPS he will still look different with the sunglasses on. Built up; And Primed; Body Painted; And highlights added, along with a Matt varnish coat; Live Resin head blocked out; And with his helmet in place;
  9. Omen Models 1/12th Anubis - painted with Vallejo Acrylics and for the various shades of gold - Darkstar Miniatures Photos;
  10. On his ear garnishes there are two stones and also on his cross, so will add a bit of colour back, his neck chain hasnt really got any stones sculpted on it.
  11. Not much of an update, but decided i didnt like all the different coloured stones, it was starting to look a bit toy'ish. So painted over them. Spent a bit of time painting the rope around his neck, so thats another bit done. Next up to paint is his Jacket, Ear attachments, Anubis cross and Staff.
  12. Sorry, yes they are for the rest of the head decoration(s); Other bits to add; Shoulder covers; Cross; Staff;
  13. RP Models 1/12th Bust of the Egyptian god of death and embalming - Anubis. Superb piece of sculpting and casting in light grey resin; All the main Colours Blocked in; Have now added highlights to the Jackals main body and some subtle shading on the leather belt, working on the fact that its a god so wouldn't be wearing rough clothing. Colours are Vallejo, except for the various shades of gold already applied and more to come, which are from Darkstar Miniatures range; Thanks for looking in
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