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    Hello,

    on the moons of Saturn, colonial marines set about training and acclimatizing in the terra-formed shooting ranges for operations ahead in and around the outer rim. still, there's always time for a stogie, a stick, a blunt, a gar..........but still, anybody got a friggin light?

    first time trying to paint an afro-american head.

    thanks for looking
    Ian.







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    Niiice
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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    I like it.

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    AWESOME, Ian.

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    It has your trademark touch. Great work

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Hi Ian he looks fantastic. I like the hs and the paint job

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Awesome... another glorious day in the Corps. So fitting, I love it.

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Looks great as always. Love how you are able to get that natural hang to the clothing.

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Hey its Private Apone before he became the hard-...-chewing NONCOM from Aliens.

    Nicely done
    Molon Labe

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    OUTSTANDING STUFF!!! Well done as usual.

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Great looking figure!!

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Sweet looking bash!

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Superb work again!!!
    Trade refs.
    FT/FS page.
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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Amazing job he looks absolutely badass!, did you ever get to use the colonial marine armour repaint tutorials?

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    love it!

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Sweet!!

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Excellent!!!!!
    got privilege?

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Looks great

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Great stuff as usual!

    What Headsculpt did you use?

    ;D
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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    great work!
    "Chicks dig the tentacles. That's why I keep 'em where they can see 'em."

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    Always enjoy your work, Ian, you have a signature look that's unmistakable. My only criticism is that no way, no how will you ever see a Marine looking that scruffy unless they are in combat. The Marines take great pride in their look and I don't think that will chage in the future.
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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Hi there Guys,
    sorry for late replies. I had 2 viruses that was of the log-on log-off type that froze me off the system. not being a computer buff, took me about a week to figure out, repair and confidently be up and running again.


    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan Rex View Post

    Niiice
    thank you Spartan

    Quote Originally Posted by dadrab View Post
    I like it.
    cheers dab

    Quote Originally Posted by gaiagear View Post
    AWESOME, Ian.
    thank you Leo

    Quote Originally Posted by zebraten View Post
    It has your trademark touch. Great work
    thanks alot Doug

    Quote Originally Posted by delfire View Post
    Hi Ian he looks fantastic. I like the hs and the paint job
    thank you Rennie

    Quote Originally Posted by cdn_rhino View Post
    Awesome... another glorious day in the Corps. So fitting, I love it.
    thanks cdn

    Quote Originally Posted by ArtDamage View Post
    Looks great as always. Love how you are able to get that natural hang to the clothing.
    thank you ArtDamage. i found if you put the clothing on damp you can pull, rough-up and fold in creases better

    Quote Originally Posted by The Great Shaggy View Post
    Hey its Private Apone before he became the hard-...-chewing NONCOM from Aliens.

    Nicely done
    thank you GS

    Quote Originally Posted by FirefighterUK View Post
    OUTSTANDING STUFF!!! Well done as usual.
    thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by siquisiri View Post
    Great looking figure!!
    thanks siquisiri

    Quote Originally Posted by Broadshore View Post
    Sweet looking bash!
    many thanks Broadshore

    Quote Originally Posted by k9cop33 View Post
    Superb work again!!!
    thank you k9

    Quote Originally Posted by dic07046139 View Post
    Amazing job he looks absolutely badass!, did you ever get to use the colonial marine armour repaint tutorials?
    thanks dic07..........no didn't get to use it as I didn't get any armour as it was too pricey

    Quote Originally Posted by getoninja View Post
    love it!
    cheers Geto

    Quote Originally Posted by 38oliver View Post
    Sweet!!
    thank you oliver

    Quote Originally Posted by KneeJoint View Post
    Excellent!!!!!
    thank you very much KJ

    Quote Originally Posted by SVantley View Post
    Looks great
    cheers SV

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkArticulation View Post
    Great stuff as usual!

    What Headsculpt did you use?

    thanks DA, it's one form Lonnie Hale, H2Creative..........Aliens one.

    Quote Originally Posted by the tarman View Post
    great work!
    thank you Tarman

    Quote Originally Posted by furious genius View Post
    Always enjoy your work, Ian, you have a signature look that's unmistakable. My only criticism is that no way, no how will you ever see a Marine looking that scruffy unless they are in combat. The Marines take great pride in their look and I don't think that will chage in the future.
    thanks furious..........rules are ment to be broken..........anyway it's off world and a trainning range!

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    fantastic work,

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    Got a spare, Ifirst time trying to paint an afro-american head.
    'll buyLook great!

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    Re: sci-fi...ALIENS...pre-lv 426

    he looks great. love the gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by OLD TRAVELER View Post
    fantastic work,
    thanks OT

    Quote Originally Posted by punchy View Post
    Got a spare, Ifirst time trying to paint an afro-american head.
    'll buyLook great!
    thanks for the compliment

    Quote Originally Posted by fisty View Post
    he looks great. love the gun
    cheers fisty

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