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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-16-14, 04:26 AM Thread Starter
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... from an old-timer, myself.

I got this guy off of EBay something like seven years ago, still in the original packaging.

Just now got around to painting him.

Enjoy this trip down Memory Lane, gents!





Feel free to pick my rusty painting skills apart, too.
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For a second there I thought he was a GI Joe. I assume he's the old Vindicare Assassin?

My only complaint is I can't tell if I'm seeing highlights, or if the overhead lighting is just too bright.
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I remember those bastards popping up wherever they fancied whilst throwing around melta-bombs and vortex grenades like they were going out of fashion


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Ah good old memories of those guys just doing bad things to my orks. It needs to die and die a terrible death. Still looks good though.


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Just a generic Imperial Assassin, not from one of the Orders.

I think the lighting was just too bright in the pics, as it was night here and I didn't want to wait til morning to post them.

Of course, it's overcast and dark today....
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should of made it purple call it foot clan.
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