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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Confrontation barbarian


Grabbed another random unfinished figure out of the pile today. This old Confrontation figure has sat on my shelf partially painted for a couple years, and it took me all of 1/2 hour to finish him.

I didn't do anything special with him, no conversion work, no special painting techniques. He'll have a nice spot on the display shelf along with the other barbarians.

I still love the old Confrontation figures. They have lots of detail, but the detail is usually well-defined and easy to paint; there's just a lot of it, and it can get a little overwhelming if you have a lot of figures to paint. I don't know where I got the energy to do three different armies (for other friends) when the game was ascending.

4 comments:

  1. Lovely work as usual, I like the flesh tones and the shield colours!

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  2. Very nice work. Like that a lot! :)

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  3. Yes, very well done, like it a lot!

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