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Necrovores: A Last Layer of Defense


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14 October 2007page first published

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DemosLaserCutDesigns Fezian of Cyborg Trucker's Wargaming Blog rises from his hospital bed to write:

Lastly, they all received a coating of gloss, and then matte to seal in the goodness and give the paintjob a fighting chance versus the dangers of the tabletop. I coat twice to protect the figure once. The gloss is the real protection, like a thick candy coating - while the matte turns the shell invisible.

Finished Necrovores with Guns
Finished Necrovore with Lightsword
Finished Necrovores