Super Mutant Reinforcements

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  1. Like the latest mutant and nice to see them in a group! πŸ™‚ Nice to hear the diorama is progressing well! Enjoyed reading your thoughts on CMON, since I know you’ve felt that some people there have been quite negative, so I’m pleased you feel that the blogging route is helpful/useful/good for you!

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    1. Seeing the mutants together was pretty inspiring for me too! I had kind of forgotten that I had mentioned the lack of acceptance of my LOTR painting and while it is true that I feel people on CMON weren’t all that inspired by it, they actually aren’t the people I have a grudge against (which makes me sound quite petty now that I’ve typed it out!). I will get into that one of these days when I’m feeling good and salty! πŸ˜€ Blogging is a lot of fun because of great people like you, John! Your support is greatly appreciated πŸ™‚

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  2. Nice looking group of super mutants! What are a group of super mutants called anyway? A gang? A Covid?

    Looking forward to seeing what you have done with the Master of Laketown, lots of details on that character.

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    1. I don’t think there is a name for them come to think of it. I think a gang or band of super mutants sounds good though! Even running into four like in the picture could mean you’re in some trouble in Fallout as they’re pretty strong πŸ™‚

      The Master almost has too many fine details for his own good. We’ll see if I can get into a flow or rhythm painting him in spite of that this week. I’ll be curious to see what you think of him when I do get him done as well!

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  3. Very nice work on all the mutants. Even the earlier one looks great but naturally things improve with practice that’s for sure. I appreciate there are plenty of products out there but I found Humbrol Matt Varnish works a treat. Hope your Polish order comes through OK. International purchases can often be frustrating. Looking forward to seeing the next stage of the diorama and I think you are right to stick with the Blog. I am probably being a little unfair but as a generalisation I have found a lot of other forums are made up of people who are a bit up themselves and provide little engagement or encouragement. We have a great little community on wordpress. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks for the kind words and for the recommendation! I’ve heard of Humbrol but I’m not sure how available it is here in the states. I shall do some researching and see what I can find πŸ™‚

      I agree with you on the forums sentiment too. I don’t fault the people for not being interested in my work. If you like Warhammer and that is what you want to see, then the vast majority of what I paint isn’t going to appeal to you. Sadly, I think there was a tendency for people who painted other things not to reach out and leave a positive comment as a result. I always try to avoid doing that and it is usually not that hard to say something nice even if it is something I don’t know much about, like painting Napoleonic’s for example. I can still appreciate the detail in the uniforms and the dedication fans of that period of history put into their miniatures!

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    1. Warhammer and 40k are a huge portion of the market when it comes to wargaming so it is something you have to deal with and accept to a certain extent even if you don’t play or paint them. I think we both do that well with how we dabble with them and our other interests.

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  4. Great job on the super mutant. He looks quite swoll with all those muscles and dangerous with the hammer. πŸ˜€

    I don’t have any experience with CMON so can’t say much about it. But I am super glad that you are enjoying the blogging experience. I have found that blogging tends to create a community of like minded individuals and can be very rewarding. Bloggers also tend to be more positive. I do like following your blog and seeing your projects come to life, and I enjoy the way you write and your support of my own lame blog. πŸ˜€

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    1. Thanks, Stew! I wanted to come up with a title that embraced sledgehammer or smashing someone’s face in but couldn’t come up with anything witty enough. I’m sure you would have done better πŸ˜€

      The positivity is what I enjoy most about blogging. I can appreciate many different things even if I myself never play or paint anything in a particular genre. I appreciate that there are likeminded individuals out there as well. You’re being a bit too humble about your blog too. Its always a great read! πŸ™‚

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      1. The only thing I could think of is there was a band called Sister Sledge but all the Super Mutants seem to be male so that didn’t work well. I like your idea best πŸ™‚

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  5. Those Super Mutants are looking fierce and awesome! These poses/sculpts are really cool and you painted them wonderfully. Can’t wait to see them in action in a battle report. πŸ˜€

    And I agree that blogging is a very nice thing. πŸ™‚ It is very nice to see and read about different hobbies and aspects of those hobbies.

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    1. Thank you and I agree on the poses πŸ™‚ They did a nice job with these and they’re better and more interesting than a lot of human-sized miniatures for some reason.

      While the One Ring forums are a very positive space, I think blogging gives you a great window into other people’s hobby and I really enjoy that part of it too πŸ™‚

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