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    Seems the E3 got derailed a little bit.

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    Quick! Send in the Canadian Cadians!

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    Canadian Cadians, armed with the tightest fleshlights, are legion.

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    Those are always interesting to see, LED lights in models that don't have the option. Have you guys ever experimented with that or battle damage and weathering?

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    I've got to work on my basic paint skills first.

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    Do you do it by hand?

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    The only thing I have left from what little I've bought is a base plate for a dreadnought. I'll take apicture of it later but it actually came out pretty decent for my first try. Made it when I was in Qatar. Painted it a sand color, spread some organic qatari sand on top, then coated with a thin layer of clear glue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astray View Post


    Those are always interesting to see, LED lights in models that don't have the option. Have you guys ever experimented with that or battle damage and weathering?
    I've only done it once on a Harlequin shadowseer. I think you have to be careful. I ended up weakening the model but it looked really freaking cool.
    Last edited by Warriorbird; 06-12-2014 at 12:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astray View Post
    Do you do it by hand?
    As opposed to doing it by feet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warriorbird View Post
    I've only done it once on a Harlequin shadowseer. I think you have to be careful. I ended up weakening the model but it looked really freaking cool.
    The smaller the model/figure, the lighter the touch. I've done this to a few models and it goes a long way to adding an awesome factor. LED stuff is very difficult to pull off because if you do things incorrectly in the slightest, the look can be ruined. Where as battle scarring can be a bit more forgiving.

    Quote Originally Posted by Androidpk View Post
    As opposed to doing it by feet?
    Well, there's paintbrush and airbrushing. I highly recommend using an airbrush, easy to learn and painting is quick and, with some practice, even.

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