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Grettings everybody, so, a good two weeks after Grace and Benediction, The Honest Land finally arrived! I'm very excited to start working on them, as I have some conversions planned. I will post updates here whenever I have something interesting to share. I also took some pictures of the Farmers fresh out of the box, so if anyone is interested in that, tell me and I will share them. So, first off, Grace and Benediction in their current iteration: Benediction is obviously further along; I usually start with the bigger minis because I find it easier to get a feel for the colours I want. I aimed for very earthy tones, you know, humble clerics' robes and such. The armour is not supposed to be NMM but some kind of bone or ceramic (I'm not quite sure, mainly it was supposed to be brown...), but came out looking a little like that anyway. I think that effect will pass after future glazes. Next up, Grange: There is probably no real reason to rebase him, except that he was standing too far back for my taste (I like my minis square in the center). Besides, the texture on the original base has a little edge towards the lips, which bothers me with most inlays and bothered me here. Otherwise, I wanted to cut off his saws' handles, drill holes and insert some wire, but my drill is to big so I had to dismiss that idea. I am still thinking about cutting all the upper details off to make it a clean blade, since I don't know what those knobs should be good for... Anyone got an opinion on that? Additionally, the missing eyes the Farmers suffer from have been filled with milliput. More updates coming soon, tell me what you think!
Hello all! As many others, I've jumped into Guild ball coming from a bunch of other games. (GW, Confrontation, PP) Being more into the conversions than into painting, I've gone all in on resin models, as being able to completely reshape a miniature with just a sharp blade and some hot water is really nice. I really like the arts for all the Butchers, but I'm not too fond the overly dynamic models for some of them. Brining out the butcher's knife, this is how I started after a couple of nights. Shank, Boar, Tenderiser, Boiler Fillet and Gutter (0% Gutter, based on parts from Fillet and Meathook) Brisket, with legs from Angel First finished Butchers line-up: Circus Alchemists: