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Saturday, May 18, 2013

42mm ninja conversions coming along

Another quick update showing the progress of my ninja. They're still a bit rough and need a little bit of clean up, but I think I'll have them under primer sometime tomorrow.

It's difficult to see here, but their new hands are a touch big. After the glue has set, I'll go in and shave off a touch of flesh here and there. I'll use my painting skill to try to cover up the rest (by adding extra "shadow" to hide stuff, for example.)

Still, I'm happy with how these are turning out. Big hands or not, they'll make a nice addition to my small cadre of other Steve Barber ninja. I'll have to invite some friends over and have a small, free-for-all ninja battle.

One of these days I'll have a better plan on arming a samurai figure with a bow, or maybe even a musket why not?

1 comment:

  1. Nice work. Could be padded gloves on those hands.

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