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Stoelzels Structures writes:

I always had a thing for the old metal beasties of say 3rd to 5th edition (well, I could say that for most of their lines when compared to today's stuff) I like you PJ. Only thing I could see to improve it would be to lighten the teeth, nails, and hooves to give a bit more pop.

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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

I thought I'd share this figure, not that it's a masterpiece of art, but because it has a story.



If I remember correctly, it was Dread Pirate Garness Fezian who sent me this figure. He had begun painting it, but wasn't feeling inspired, and so it came to me half-done.

Now, for some reason, I get a kick out of "finishing" figures. So away I went with paints and highlights and washes, and finished this figure up! I don't know why, but it was more fun than painting a figure from scratch. (Then I moved to a new house, and so it languished for a few years before I finally relocated it and got it based.)




Now that I have one Beastman, I suppose I'll have to get more. I'm not sure I like the "new" style from Games Workshop - maybe I can hunt down some older figures...