yeah, the final highlight was a bit bright, it does look better at tabletop quality, I was kind of going for quick and easy with these guys, so I didn't take quite as much time as I usually would.
Thanks for the kind words, the trophy racks werent as difficult as I thought they would be (now that I kinda got a system for them), the pain in the butt was carving off the =I= symbol on the shoulder pads
thanks for the compliment on the base. Yeah, I will be doing the whole army in the snow bases as it's a great contrast to the red. For those interested, its the easiest snow on earth. 50:50 white glue and water, add baking soda until you get a nice pasty texture. At that point, you can brush it on or use a brush to clump it on (it will blend together if you have it at the right consistency). It will go on pretty moist and then let it dry for about 12 hours. After that you get a great hard snow texture. Gloss coat if you'd like to give a wet snow look.
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