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Great job!

 

The face, the sword and the pink, awesome!

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On 5/12/2017 at 0:37 AM, Tjrez said:

very cool, what color purple did you use?

Wargames foundry purple triad.  Deepest shadow added RMS blue liner.   Highest highlight RMS spectral white added to highlight.

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Keep reading your title as Zombicide Army and becoming confused when seeing one mini. ^.^

 

Loving the bright colors.

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2 hours ago, pcktlnt said:

Keep reading your title as Zombicide Army and becoming confused when seeing one mini. ^.^

 

Loving the bright colors.

Lol,  the army is coming soon.  I'm halfway through the runners, and have 2 more survivors.  And let's not forget the abomination. 

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