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  1. I'm getting excited for some new Deepwars models and I've been rushing to finish as much of my backlog as I can. these Garks (an Abyssal Gark and an Abyssal Gark Mangler) needed a few finishing touches to get them off of the shelf of shame, and once I got back into it they were actually really fun to paint - greens and purples always look nice together. They will be some much needed troop muscle for the small Scaly Horde warband I have. These guys are pretty formidable size-wise, so I rebased them on some larger 40mm bases rather than use the base inserts they came with. I included a load of pictures, for your viewing enjoyment. These guys make a pretty great pair, I think. I was pleasantly surprised with the effect on the back of the crystal trident, but I was a little disappointed with the way the greens photographed.The sandy bases were a bit of an experiment and I really liked how striking the ripples in the sand turned out. I'll definitely be trying this effect again in the future. As always, I'd love some comments and constructive criticism.
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