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    TANKAHOLIC SDKFZ's Avatar
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    Re: Imperial Guard - An Edifying Pictorial of Progress

    Hear, hear, CB

    Love the mistrustfull vox operator, ace model, Zemlod !
    / SDKFZ

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    Re: Imperial Guard - An Edifying Pictorial of Progress

    Indeed priceless.
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    Re: Imperial Guard - An Edifying Pictorial of Progress

    Thank you all for your terribly kind words!


    Before I have new troops to show, here's something completely different I painted earlier this year:


    And another one, this time proper red:


    strange.. the camera seems to have swallowed all highlights here...

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    Re: Imperial Guard - An Edifying Pictorial of Progress

    Cool, looks like old and new to me
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    Re: Imperial Guard - An Edifying Pictorial of Progress

    Yeah, it was great fun, taking the weathering to the extreme - I really want to try other colour combinations now. Having to wait for the ferry in port is a great inspiration for weathering projects


    I may have mentioned before that I just can't stick to a plan. So instead of finishing the 20 troopers currently on the painting tray, here's a sentinel I've had lying around for "a while":


    Still undeciced on the weapons... I already have one with multilaser and one with autocannon . . . On the other hand, it shouldn't be too difficult to magnetise this one ...

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    Re: Imperial Guard - An Edifying Pictorial of Progress

    Ohh, one of the old "flatfrog" sentinels. Think ive got one of those aswell....somewere

    Looks very good. Id go for magnets, if youre unsure as to what loadout you like to use.
    / SDKFZ

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