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Wolsung wonderings

Wolsung wonderings

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About the Project

Painting Miniatures for and after action reports of a Wolsung campaign I am doing with 144Artist.

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Bernette Vigil

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Carla Mc Carthy

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Finished this model for use in Wolsung.  It is made by Scale 75 and I got it in a kickstarter as a stretch goal, so I am not sure if it is available to buy now or not.  Great figure though.  I also used mostly Scale 75 paints on this one.

Ven Rier Agents - Adela ven Uss

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Adela Ben UssAdela Ben Uss

New Wheels

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Finished this great kit from Micro Arts.  I used color shifting paint so it has different colored highlights depending on the angle of the light hitting it.Finished this great kit from Micro Arts. I used color shifting paint so it has different colored highlights depending on the angle of the light hitting it.

Take Over the World!

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Bio Cognitive GolemBio Cognitive Golem

The Bio Cognitive Golem is ready to take over the world!  It I should a great kit with a wild design.  Painted with metallic wax paints and acrylics.

Necro Golem build part 3

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In this final entry we will look at how the arms are placed.

The left arm pieceThe left arm piece

There was a casting flaw in the arm.  There were lots of bubbles and one of the cogs was missing a tooth.  To fix it I used a trick I learned years ago from a plastic modeling magazine.  First I cover the rough area with a coat of CA glue. Then a spritz of zip kicker and it hardens.  This is then sanded flat.  If you use fine enough sandpaper, you can get it smooth as glass.

Rough bitRough bit
Covered with CA glueCovered with CA glue

Next we work on the right arm.  There were three little bits that took me a while to figure out were the fingers for this hand.

All the bitsAll the bits
Arm pinned and glued together Arm pinned and glued together
Necro Golem fully assembled!Necro Golem fully assembled!

Now it is ready for painting!

Necro Golem build part 2

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In this post we will build up the legs and torso.

Pin for the left footPin for the left foot
Foot pined in placeFoot pined in place
Pin cut to sizePin cut to size
Leg pined to footLeg pined to foot

None of this is glued yet as I will be moving the feet and legs later to try different poses.

Process duplicated with the second legProcess duplicated with the second leg

Now let’s put the torso on.

Torso bitTorso bit

The torso needed some small ribs glued to it.  It took me a while to identify them but then I fount the two sets and figure  out how the fit on.

One set of ribs fit inOne set of ribs fit in
Torso placedTorso placed

Necro Golem Build part 1

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Finished GolemFinished Golem

First job is to chose a base.  I decided to go with the sewer base from Secret Weapon since it has a great swimming rat!

Choosing a baseChoosing a base
Planning where the figure will goPlanning where the figure will go

The base I see great, but there is not enough real estate on the base so it is going to be a challenge.

Pining the feet Pining the feet

Next step is to pin and glue the feet to the base.  More detail in the next post.

New additions to my Inventors gang

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Replaced the cast spring with one from an old ball point pen.  The Sword on Luigi is a brass etched blade to replace the thick one that came on the figure.

Triad gang

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Triad gang finally painted and ready for gaming.  Used Vallejo airbrush paints brushed on to build up the reds. It takes about 5 coats but it is worth it.

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