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14471 Snakeman By Glitterwolf

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SSSSSSSSPLENDID! Not only did you knock the Snake Guy out at top speed, you did a BEAUTIFUL job painting & basing. VERY WELL DONE!

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Very cool mini.

 

Thank you!

 

These Reaper snakes are very well sculpted, good detail and a pleasure to paint.

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Moar.. Give us moar!!

 

Great mini btw.. And do give us more..

 

::P: ::P: ::P:

 

Thx!

 

I'm working on moar!

 

For now check out my WIP Lost World Project, I'm working on it.

 

You'll find all sorts of Reptiles, Dinosaurs, Conquistadores, Pirates, Inca/Aztec inspired Natives and moar...there.

And there will be even other creatures coming up.

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This is great - looking forward to seeing the rest!

 

Thank you!

 

If you're interested in Snakemen, Reptilians and Dinosaurs, take a look at my WIP Lost World Project.

 

Aside from painting progress, I'm also telling a story there, and I also included Pirates and Conquistadores.

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Nice paintwork! Don't see these painted up often enough.

 

Thx, I think I bought almost every Nagendra / Snakeman Reaper has. ( and a few from other companies too)

Might even pick up the ones I missed soon.

 

The detail on these guys is very good.

And I just love to paint those scales.

 

The project is totally getting out of hand now...I find myself buying all sorts of Reptiles, Insects, Pirates and Dinosaurs...

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The project is totally getting out of hand now...I find myself buying all sorts of Reptiles, Insects, Pirates and Dinosaurs...

 

I blame Ub3r_N3rd. ::D:

 

Great work on this fellow; you knocked him out very quickly!

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