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Giant Scorpions

Here's a pair of scorpions I painted this morning before going to work. These are dime store insect toys. They'll be used for a HotT army I'm building. Of note are the bases. I lathered on a water-based acrylic texture from Acrylicos Vallejo formulated with permanent pigments, microparticles and acrylic resin. Here's the product line.







 I still have to shade the bases as well as flock them. Nice product, I might get the sand version too.
 

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  1. Wow!? I think I have the exact same cheap plastic scorpion that I was, likewise, just basing and priming to repaint for a HOTT base!?

    What were you going to classify them as in HOTT? I was thinking "beasts" - fairly fast moving... not bothered by bad going...? I didn't think they had the heft to classify as a Behemoth.

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  2. Now that's just gross! :-) Good find, they'll be great in a game.

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