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Great work.

 

Are those the Hasslefree models?

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24 minutes ago, hdclearman said:

Are those the Hasslefree models?

 

Yes.  I posted the whole gang here a couple of years ago.

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Very cool. i like the skin shade you used. Now I need to show my 4yo the Scooby gang. He will love it. 

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Very cool!

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Zoinks!  Run Scoob!

Awesome minis

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bwahaha nice touch on second pic

 

Very err entertaining? zombies! :D

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What a lovely group you've got there!  But their choreography needs work.  Let's take it from the top.

 

"It's close to midnight and something evil's lurking in the dark..."

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Very nice work!

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nice job , what did you use to make the bases

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5 hours ago, Tjrez said:

nice job , what did you use to make the bases

 

Thanks.  The bases were done with multi purpose Polyfilla.

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Nice work.  I like the look of them.

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Great job on them!

Nice, subtle conversions, too.

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