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Look awesome! 

Could we see individual pics please?

Especially of the sorcerer and leader?

And from different angles?

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Yes thanks!

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Frightening to see these little guys slathered with soo much love

 

dueling OSL????

 

slap a base coat and a wash on them and throw them on the table to be slaughtered!!!!

 

Seriously though, these are gorgeous.  Ridiculous amount of detail and shading on such small minis.  KUDOS!

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Awesome job on these little guys. Much better than what I did and I agree that the detail is excellent.  Love the OSL which I was too afraid to try.  :p

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Holy cow! I don't paint heroes this well! Crazy good kobolds. The armor on the leader is outstanding. 

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This is very impressive work!  I can't believe that you painted these for table usage?! If I had anything painted that nice it'd be in a glass case, behind a glass panel, in a bunker. I love the OSL too. Stunning!

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Thanks everyone.  Very kind.  

I've always believed that a decently painted model makes the dice roll just a little bit better.... Kobolds need all the help they can get ::P:

 

2 hours ago, Gargs said:

Awesome job on these little guys. Much better than what I did and I agree that the detail is excellent.  Love the OSL which I was too afraid to try.  :p

I was intimidated at first with OSL as well.  It's actually quite forgiving.  Give it a try, you might surprise yourself!

 

If I would have planned out the Kobold wizard better I would have chosen a different color for the cloak/cape.  Having it being roughly the same color  as the torch light wasn't the best idea I've had.

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These look wonderful!

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I'm highly impressed!  Great job!

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Great work.  I really like the OSL on the sorcerer.

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Awesome Kobolds!

 

Great work!

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I like the OSL too and the Leader dark leather armor. They look great.

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