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  • #167126
    Avatar photoMark Morin
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    For my Aztec cityscape:

    Aztec Serpent Statues

    #167129
    Avatar photoGone Fishing
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    Breathtaking work. Truly.

    #167130
    Avatar photoJim Webster
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    Very impressive

    But I’m also impressed by the box you keep the buildings in as well 🙂

    https://jimssfnovelsandwargamerules.wordpress.com/

    #167131
    Avatar photoian pillay
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    Absolutely stunning brush work. Really please that you included a list of paints, I thought the sewer wash, was truly a secret weapon. The kind of wash made with dirty paint water from the wash out jar, not a brand of paints. Happy that’s cleared up.  Thank you for sharing.

    Tally-Ho! Check out my blog at…..
    http://steelcitywargaming.wordpress.com/

    #167148
    Avatar photoMark Morin
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    Breathtaking work. Truly.

    Thanks GF!

    #167149
    Avatar photoMark Morin
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    Very impressive But I’m also impressed by the box you keep the buildings in as well 🙂

    Nice of you to write Jim, thanks.  As for the box, I can’t spend all that time building something for a convention only to have it get chipped along the way.  Plus, It allows my wife not to really know how much stuff I really have.  If I die first, she will have an easier time bringing it all to the dumpster – or so she threatens!

    #167150
    Avatar photoMark Morin
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    Absolutely stunning brush work. Really please that you included a list of paints, I thought the sewer wash, was truly a secret weapon. The kind of wash made with dirty paint water from the wash out jar, not a brand of paints. Happy that’s cleared up. Thank you for sharing.

    Thanks Ian.  Sewer Wash was a Secret Weapon Washes product that I bought a few bottles of back in 2015 and 2016.  I was looking at their website and I think it’s discontinued, though I do see that they have a green/black that looks similar but I’m not sure that it’s the same.  From time to time I review my paint spreadsheet and see what’s getting a bit long in the tooth – and I thought it would be a good idea to use the Sewer Water.  It did have a nice coverage, and stood up to dry brushing well.  Glad you enjoyed the post!

    #167151
    Avatar photoJim Webster
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    Very impressive But I’m also impressed by the box you keep the buildings in as well 🙂

    Nice of you to write Jim, thanks. As for the box, I can’t spend all that time building something for a convention only to have it get chipped along the way. Plus, It allows my wife not to really know how much stuff I really have. If I die first, she will have an easier time bringing it all to the dumpster – or so she threatens!

     

    We’ll have to organise a rescue expedition 🙂

    https://jimssfnovelsandwargamerules.wordpress.com/

    #167152
    Avatar photoMark Morin
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    Very impressive But I’m also impressed by the box you keep the buildings in as well 🙂

    Nice of you to write Jim, thanks. As for the box, I can’t spend all that time building something for a convention only to have it get chipped along the way. Plus, It allows my wife not to really know how much stuff I really have. If I die first, she will have an easier time bringing it all to the dumpster – or so she threatens!

    We’ll have to organise a rescue expedition 🙂

    Maybe this is appropriate for the minis…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uu3FRRXqazw

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