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Monday, August 16, 2010

Intergalactic marine

This is Reaper Chronoscope No. 50014, Nick Stone, intergalactic marine. I like the space marines of Warhammer 40K, but this guy feels much better; his proportions are a lot less of a caricature. He'll be used for my Doom board game as both a marine figure for the regular deathmatch versions of the game. He might be a bit tall if you want to get him as a character for your 40K army, unless you don't mind the height difference... he IS a cool figure, after all.

This marks one of my better camouflage tries, and I think my only finished figure with camo on it.

This is not the final color that will be on the figure's base; it's a basecoat for the red that will eventually be painted on. It was just getting close to my bedtime, and I wanted to get this posted before tomorrow. I'll throw the red on later.

Now that I have a little bit of Chronoscope out of my system, maybe I can get back to that mammoth.

1 comment:

  1. Gosh, that's some very fine work on the camo - in both meanings of the word. I fear my shaky elderly hands are not up to that degree of control.:)