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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Paint Table Saturday 256 - Finished Apes, Satarted Umber Hulks

Hi All,

Busy week, or so it seemed. I have a lot on my mind I want to share, but the days seem to get away from me as far as writing things up and sharing them.

First cross country meet of the season today. My son and two of his female team mates competed today. It was hot but they all had great runs.

On to the minis. First, earlier in the week I finished those Eureka armed Gibbons.


I'm happy with how they turned out, even if I did do the walnut paint wash on the fur of a couple of them too dark.

Next, on the D&D Umber Hulks, I was able to use putty to fill in a few gaps that were bothering me and glue and spackle them on their bases. I am still hopeful I can finish their ground work and get them primed this weekend.


Hopefully I can also get these next couple of blog posts out and release the Oldhammer in the New World Zine so that I can get on the next one to help get us fired up for 2019.

Thanks for looking and commenting.

12 comments:

  1. Love the Simians- amazed at so many Umber Hulks! I have the Beautiful Westfalia one and it's enough to make my adventurers rust their armor! I found that delvan mud is the key to those hulks!
    Cheers
    Ths

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    1. Hi Foss. Yes that is a lot of Umber Hulks. It's supposed to be for my Ambull Safari idea. Thus far the two I have have been enough to wreak havoc on the table. We'll see if another ten are too much.

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  2. Those Gibbons are awesome! Comical and full of character...I hope they will be making their way to Monolith-con. ;)

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    1. Thanks Airborne, yes they should be blooded in a Rogue Ops scenario or something like that.

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  3. Those Gibbons remind me of Guenter from Futurama! They look great!

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    1. Thanks Andrew, I had forgotten about him. I immediately went to Ice King's favorite penguin from Adventure Time. My kids watch that a lot.

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  4. Love the gibbons, Sean. Proper Oldhammer, too

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    1. Thanks Anthony. I think the Eureka figures are worth a look for Oldhammer projects. My Abdul is also converted from a Eureka figure.

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  5. Fantastic paint-job on the Gibbons Sean !
    Greetings

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