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  1. Hi All I have lurked on the forums for a long time, and have finally mustered the courage to share my models with you all. I haven't got photos worth sharing other than my Brutal Emissary for whom I made a custom 'gunblade' type weapon to replace the simplistic blade it has as standard. Hopefully will be photographing the rest of my miniatures over the weekend/Xmas holiday days. I looked around at great knives on the internet, and ended up being heavily influenced by Pyramid head's knife from Silent Hill. I measured out the existing blade and marked off the dimensions on some thin plasticard. I sketched out what I wanted and cut the first layer of card to this shape. I repeated the process with two thicker pieces of plastic and glued them to either side to give me a rough shape. From here, I started to carve and file the contours into the blade to give it an edge and tip. I wanted to represent the ‘never bluff a six gun’ ability so I added more plasticard pipe, cut and greenstuffed until I was happy. At this stage, I'm still so shocked that I haven't completely ruined the model and been left with no weapon for him, so I forge ahead and start to embellish with greenstuff and attach it to the miniature. And here is the finished product, of which I’m immensely proud Thanks Lofty
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