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Gordo Cambo

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  1. That's a good point. I've always found the smell to be quite pleasant, but my wife hates it. But, then again, I find the smell of gasoline pleasing. I'm weird though.
  2. I've never personally used that primer before, so please take the following advise with a grain or two of salt... I've used Simple Green. It's easy to get (in the US, at least) and is gentle to the plastic miniature. I just pour some in a small cup, drop the figure in and let it set for 24 hours or so. Sometimes longer depending on how thick the paint is. Then I get out an old toothbrush and a couple of toothpicks and get to work. http://www.simplegreen.com You can get this pretty much anywhere (Target, Wally World, Dollar General). I wouldn't risk anything stronger than that or poor Luke might end up looking like his dad (minus the armor). Hope this helps.
  3. Exceptional work! I'm jealous of both your talent and output. Great job indeed!
  4. Which kit is that from? Maker/Scale? Thanks in advance. It does look very close. The pilots always looked a little cramped in them in ESB.
  5. I was able to get one of these beauties at Walmart(?) for about $25US sometime early last year. It looks perfect next to the figures.
  6. Looks fantastic. I've always enjoyed compiling photo references for the projects that I work on. Great job!
  7. Your progression in skill is amazing and inspiring. Thanks so much for posting your journey.
  8. These are fantastic. I really envy your creativity and technique. Thanks so much for sharing these.
  9. These are fantastic! Keep up the great work. You're an inspiration to me.
  10. Sixwood, on 16 Dec 2015 - 3:49 PM, said: I care too. As a matter of fact, I have this thread bookmarked just so I can look at your fantastic painted miniatures.
  11. Those are really great looking. Amazing technique and creativity. Fantastic job, Sixwood!
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