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Heroclix conversion repaint rebase 12 by MrVergee Heroclix conversion repaint rebase 12 by MrVergee
Lately I've been purchasing prepainted Heroclix and Mage Knight figurines to supplement my miniature collection. Since I use them for tabletop roleplay, I have to rebase them (using washers). I also do repaints where I deem them necessary, usually touching up some sloppy paint work, but sometimes giving the figurine a complete make-over. The figures then get dipped in Army Painter Quickshade (strong tone), which provides beautiful shading, but also seals in the (re)paint job. Finally I coat the minis in matt varnish, to get rid of the glossy shine of the dip and to seal the minis even more. The scenery in this set-up is by Dwarven Forge and Psomminiature. I've used Lindir in this picture to give an impression of the conversion work I normally do. It inculdes rebasing, touching up blotchy and inprecise paintjobs, adding some color variation for interest and giving depth to the figure by dipping it.
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Canon
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Canon EOS 100D
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