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Iron Wind Metal's Boneyard Express


Boneyard Express
Product #
10-376
Manufacturer
Suggested Retail Price
$36.95 USD


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Call or email and ask them.. best way to find out.


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21 February 2007page first published

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We're trying something new today - our first video workbench. But before turning things over to the lads at Blue Table, let me provide some introduction...

Thanks first to Iron Wind Metals for donating this wonderful model for a Workbench project. Two skeletal horses draw a four-wheeled bone wagon, with a skeletal driver (sitting inside the giant skull front) and a skeletal organist at the back.

I began this Workbench project as if I was just another customer of Blue Table's painting service. I found their service guide a little confusing at first, but after I read through the appropriate webpages, it was pretty simple to make my choices. I asked for their 4 - Elite level of painting, and specified a deathlike gray for the basing treatment (with bloody splotches).

After the company received the model, they responded with a spreadsheet that itemized what I was paying for:

Assembly Cost  $20 USD
Paint Cost     $60 USD
Shipping       $7.50 USD

When the job was complete, I received an email notifying me that pictures of the project were online at their website, and inviting me to inspect the work and request corrections. (I was quite satisfied, so no corrections were requested.)

The model was then shipped to me (and I was again notified by email). I'll admit that I was skeptical that a large, relatively fragile model such as this would arrive in one piece, particularly considering the recent cold weather. However, the model was securely bubble-wrapped and packed, and arrived 100% intact!

The Photos

Boneyard Express close-up
Boneyard Express

There are more photos at their website.

The Video

And without further ado, here is Shawn Gately of the Blue Table Painting Service interviewing the painter, Jay Hersey: