Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Ol Rowdy

This was actually a little tougher for me to paint than most of the jacks have been. Mostly because it's a pretty busy model with bumps and ridges and rivets and such. Instead of painting around all the rivets, I had to actually go back and touch them up afterwards. Putting it together was also a bit of a challenge and getting it positioned on the base so that it's stable means the hammer sticks out a ways. All that aside though, I enjoyed this project quite a bit. So much so that I felt obligated to use that big flat space on the back of the shoulder to leave a little farewell message for victims of his assault when he's walking away from them.

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