[Help] A Figure for Raenar?

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Rich H » Wed Jul 20, 2016 11:51 am

Andrew wrote:Oh well found Rich! Shame I've already started on my Basilisk!
Just a note for anyone else considering buying it; I received no order confirmation or postage confirmation so bear that in mind.

However, it arrived today. :)

I'll be sticking it together and undercoating over the weekend.

Never painted a dragon before.

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Andrew » Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:34 am

What colour is it going to be?

Bit late now, but on visiting my local GW for paint yesterday I noticed the Dwarf Magmadroth, which actually looks a lot like a Cold Drake...

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...obviously minus the angry Dwarf rider.

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Rich H » Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:42 am

Andrew wrote:What colour is it going to be?
Was thinking of being as faithful as possible to the description in TfW, so silver and greys... some white as well. I think a blue wash would help as well but I'm a bit nervous as this will be the largest figure I'll have done.
Andrew wrote:Bit late now, but on visiting my local GW for paint yesterday I noticed the Dwarf Magmadroth, which actually looks a lot like a Cold Drake...
Very nice. Spikey! :)

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Rich H » Fri Jul 22, 2016 8:51 pm

Rich H wrote:I'll be sticking it together ... over the weekend.
Ah, this really does take me back to being a kid. Bleedin' glue EVERYWHERE. :x

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by zedturtle » Fri Jul 22, 2016 9:24 pm

Well, you haven't glued the model to your fingers yet, right? :)
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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Rich H » Fri Jul 22, 2016 9:25 pm

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Bluenose » Sat Jul 23, 2016 6:39 pm

Mirliton Miniatures have a fairly wide range of dragons. I realise the OP already has one but if someone else is in need. Some of their other sections, the dwarves for instance, are also rather nice, though the humans are very 'late medieval' in feel and not really suitable.

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Rich H » Sun Jul 24, 2016 11:30 am

Rich H wrote:p;io['k nmnmk.j yut
... Just ungluing my fingers.

Base coat of white now done. It's a *beast* of a miniature. :)

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Rich H » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:21 pm

Bluenose wrote:Mirliton Miniatures have a fairly wide range of dragons. I realise the OP already has one but if someone else is in need. Some of their other sections, the dwarves for instance, are also rather nice, though the humans are very 'late medieval' in feel and not really suitable.
I've picked up this one:

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I'm thinking of using it as the Forest Dragon.

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Re: [Help] A Figure for Raenar?

Post by Otaku-sempai » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:25 pm

Rich H wrote:
Bluenose wrote:I've picked up this one:

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I'm thinking of using it as the Forest Dragon.
Very nice! It certainly lives up to the designation Long-worm.
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