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Well, here he is. My warrior is complete. I cleaned up the stray brush strokes, put some weathering on him (at least that's what I attempted to do), and threw a layer of dullcoat on him. I am pretty happy with him for the most part. I don't know how effective my attempt at weathering was but other than that, I like the way he turned out. I actually am pretty proud of myself for the sword. Although this Folkart Gold Metallic paint does not seem to want to stay on the pommel. Might have to switch to a different brand. It went on the shoulders and helmet alright though.

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  1. Trev Grant 36 months ago | reply

    Superb job!

    Very nice indeed.

  2. Lost Trooper 36 months ago | reply

    Thumbs up for not having a typical lego head on this one. Makes it even more special.

  3. Greg 50 36 months ago | reply

    Fantastic. Great work, really !

  4. brick.spartan 36 months ago | reply

    Like the fact the green has been toned down a bit now. Not sure the figures face works though?

  5. Bricks_n_more 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks! It's funny, some like the face, some don't. But I do agree that the muted green looks better.

  6. |AlreadyCrispy| 36 months ago | reply

    Looks great! You did a great job on the weathering. :)

    You could go one step further and add some highlights on his chest armor, maybe with some light green? Just a thought. :)

  7. Pete Corp 36 months ago | reply

    I thought it was a pineapple from the thumb.

  8. Bricks_n_more 35 months ago | reply

    Thanks! Great blog BTW!

  9. KalSkirata. 34 months ago | reply

    Just saw this.

    Nice work man, but it reminds me of a pineapple lol :P

  10. Adam Jurčić 34 months ago | reply

    but what has this with western lego?

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