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The Walking Dead - A tale of boot camps and laughter

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Bambi's bad day. 😊

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Bambi's bad day. 😊

Mantic Points well spent. 😊

I had always wanted this mini since I saw it on the bootcamp.

The studio painted minis were produced from a case and laid out for everyone there to see. There were sculpts we wouldn’t see for a wave or two and this guy caught my eye.

For whatever reason I missed the opportunity to buy this mini first time around so was thrilled to find it in the Mantic Points section of the store recently.

Used the gel glue gore technique I saw online years ago.

Roughly speaking it goes like this…

The nozzle of my UHU glue tube was applied to the mini’s chin, a delicate pressure was applied to produce a small gob of glue (an imperial gob, not metric… a third of a grain of rice size?), then I moved the nozzle slowly away from the chin, maintaining a strand of glue between nozzle and chin, and finishing the strand by wiping the nozzle off carefully on the deer’s wound. Hopefully when you remove the tube you will have left a strand in place. It can be fiddly. As long as you are relatively quick if you apply way too much glue or the glue strand doesn’t want to detach and gets glue everywhere etc. you can just wipe the glue way without it causing to much damage to the paint job. (Or you could be smarter than me and do it immediately after priming and just paint around it until you do the gore.) If it looks too delicate / too slim of a strand you can bulk it up with some PVA and paint. Without paint the strand will dry relatively clear and on the right model can be a cool drool effect without even adding paint.

Bambi's bad day. 😊

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