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First post on a reaper forum!

I really enjoyed painting these little buggers.  This was my first attempt at OSL.  How can you not resist trying on these models!

...now for the bases.

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Welcome to the forums! 

 

Excellent job on the goblins! Your OSL work came out great. I also really like the way you painted their dogslicers. The pyros were the first minis that I attempted object source lighting on also, but yours came out way better. Dropping a post with eight painted Pathfinder goblins is definitely a splashy way to make an entrance. :winkthumbs:

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Nice OSL! They all turned out great! Welcome to the forums and looking forward to seeing more of your work!

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Welcome to the forums, you make a pretty nice introduction!

 

Very nice paint job on those goblins; I look forward to seeing what else you do.

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