Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Great Unpainted Army

I was hanging out with Teresa the other day and referenced "The Great Unpainted Army" living in my basement. She laughed at that characterization, but it's really not a laughing matter. I have way too many unpainted resins and half finished customs.
This isn't even all of them.
I think I need to learn to paint... Either that or I need an intervention!

9 comments:

  1. haha - you're worse than me! I'm trying to whittle mine down before I buy any more blank resins, but it sure is hard, isn't it?

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  2. Pah! Even if that was only half of yours, it would be merely a fourth of my unpainted army... if that. And I DO paint! Well, when I have time. I'm always painting commissions or other things when I do get the time, so my hoard of blanks keeps growing. Pretty soon my husband is going to beg 'uncle' and stop it. Until then though... Oh, and if you ever want a paintjob for a saddle set, you know where to turn, hehehe. Now, back to the workbench. Gotta start my "celebrity look-alike" for Breyerfest.

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  3. I'd be happy to intervene and take some of those guys off your hands :D

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  4. Intervention but I want dibs :D

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  5. WOW! Look at all that potential!

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  6. You should send that Pixie this way!!

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  7. Liesl, I would gladly send Pixie to you as long as you sent her back with a brand new set of clothes! :)

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  8. there are several there I would love to paint (in trade for tack of course!)

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  9. You can paint! Surely all that tack detail and excellent prepping can translate to beautiful finish work :)

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