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nigel56

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Let me present to you Nagash Lord of the Undead...



That was the most enjoyable figure I've ever painted.
Thanks for looking.
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OMG I did it! Thanks everyone that followed this project.
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Oh boy, that looks stunning ! On its own the figure is a breathtaking bit of painting, but the base takes it up to 11 !
So much detail it's a real visual treat, this is one of those builds that makes me think " I wish I could do one like that"
Outstanding work from Start to finish Nigel

And the pictures are excellent too mate

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Cheers mate, thanks for following the build.
It's a massive model and I'm pleased I got the balance right. Couldn't resist the little puppy dog watching it all

The light blue paper backing really brought out the colours, auto cameras tend to balance everthing in to the red, this neutralises it.

Might get a holder for the Tablet to get everything in focus.

Thanks again for you comments, coming from you they mean a lot. I hope other members have learnt a few things on painting and what can be done, that would make me a happy bunny.
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Awesome Nigel! Stunning work, the blending of the .... thing wrapped around him, purple to white looks awesome, it all looks awesome. Going to take me all day to take it all in, there's so much going on. Great job!
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Tamiya 1:32 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVIe

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Stunning Build. Spectacular finish. Your color blending shading and washes are first rate. Brilliant brilliant work Nigel. A completely original and Amazing piece of work.
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Thank you all for your kind comments.

It was a long complicated project and worth doing.

Would I do another one, not his one, but I do have a figure that's just as big that needs finishing. Must dig it out and see what condition it's in.
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The praise is well deserved mate, it really is a cracking piece, I have enjoyed watching it develop in your thread and have definitely picked up some new techniques to try out.

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Thanks Pete, glad you took something with you from the build.
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Thanks Pete, glad you took something with you from the build.
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It's very inspiring Nigel, seeing the great work that has been going on in this workshop is really getting my creative muscles flexing, I'm going to take a week off from the work on the house after I finish the cellar, and am really pondering on doing a figure to christen the new cave now

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There is some incredible work going on all over the forum, even Bob was impressed with your man cave build. (Lost him with the Unicorns tho) [wink]
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I nearly fell over when he posted. You're a "special" man Pete! [wink]
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There is some incredible work going on all over the forum, even Bob was impressed with your man cave build. (Lost him with the Unicorns tho) [wink]


I agree, there is a lot of awesome work happening at the moment, I'm struggling to keep up with it all, I'm not getting notifications on my iPad for new posts, so I have been slipping on my comments, I must try harder to stay on top of that.

He did like it, I must admit i'm feeling proud of myself for the way it's turned out, its a lot better than I imagined it would be, I expected it to still feel like a cellar, but it really does feel like a proper room.

I will happily admit I'm not a full ticket, but I'm not dangerous, am house trained (well, I've only wet the bed a couple of times this week) and can tie my own shoe laces, ( when I say laces I mean Velcro straps)

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Here's my Predator, a repaint of an old Mcfarlane toy, it could do with a bit more work, but I'm sat in the new cave dismayed that I have no enthusiasm today, so I just took some pics, I will get out the Alclad tomorrow and the Unicorn can help me out
20150128_172048 by brundledonk, on Flickr

20150128_172124 by brundledonk, on Flickr


20150128_172145 by brundledonk, on Flickr
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20150128_172214 by brundledonk, on Flickr

20150128_172246 by brundledonk, on Flickr

Ged to da Choppa !

20150128_173739 by brundledonk, on Flickr

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