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Modifying cheap plastic figures (little people)
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 Posted: Sun Mar 1st, 2015 11:41 pm
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NevadaBlue wrote:
Thanks! I have tried making my own figures out of clay and not been too successful. I decided that these little people are a good way to get a big population quickly.
I tried that, lets just say the Lethbridge Award for small scale figure sculpting is not within my grasp.... Some just have the knack for it though; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z089P3TdNoI

Painting little people though not my forte became a lot easier after I attended a wargamers painting workshop, those "dudes" have figure painting down to a fine art...



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Yep - we do - but we do get a lot of practice - have painted close to 15000 figures so 100 for a layout is small change



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