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And yes do the pavestones, but make a few broken so weeds/grass/mushrooms can grow there.

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6 hours ago, Guindyloo said:

He's super adorable! :wub::wub::wub:

 

I thiiiiink I like the second pose, but I'd need to see a front view of the original pose to tell you for sure. The second one may only look more dynamic because we see him coming straight for us.

 

As for the tiles, I like them. I would make them more broken and rubble-y as you go though.

 

Here you go:

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Hmmmmm well, I prefer the positioning of him climbing over the rubble but I prefer his posture from the second pic. He looks a little bit like he's yelling YOLO as he climbs over rather than looking at his prey all "I'm coming to get you!" If that makes any sense. ::P:

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Ok, not much of an update, but it's still an update; the base is further along.

 

I'm not so sure that this guy will make it to Reapercon; at least not this year. I waited a little too long to work on it, and I'm currently having problems posing the legs the way I want 'em

 

 

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We'll see how things develop...

 

 

 

 

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That base is REALLY cool!

 

You can do it, wolf! Just keep plodding away every night and don't stress about it. There's still over a month left.

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You can do it!  I just added four goblins to mine... and I'm going for it... even though if I think about it too long the brain weasel chorus is loud and screechy.  Looking really awesome.  And once you start painting the big guy it'll start coming along quickly.  I just wish I were that far along on my base...

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Looking very cool!  I really like these conversions I've been seeing around, the class would be awesome to take!

 

Might have to bump up my pledge for Bones 4 and get a couple extras out of the core set to try my hand at converting.

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