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Dilvish the Deliverer

77344 Ice Troll

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So I've been painting up this fella for Frostgrave.  I went classic blue ice troll with him.  After taking pictures I see that I could add some depth to the winter wolf fur he is wearing.  If it still bothers me, I may revisit it later.  For now, he/she. Is done.

 

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They are all really nice. Love the face on the troll. The knight's colors look nice & bold & the archer looks great as well. What color is his cloak? I've got 5 elf ranger types to paint up....

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Looks great! I love the ice troll colours!

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I really like the troll.  Great work.

 

Makes me want to break my out to paint it. 

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Good Stuff

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And why did it attach all the other photos?

 

Stupid phone.

1 hour ago, haldir said:

They are all really nice. Love the face on the troll. The knight's colors look nice & bold & the archer looks great as well. What color is his cloak? I've got 5 elf ranger types to paint up....

The elf's cloak was MSP Field Gray.  Highlight was Moss Green?  I'll have to look.

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Looks very good!  

 

1 hour ago, Dilvish the Deliverer said:

And why did it attach all the other photos?

 

Random encounter?  Even trolls need xp sometimes.  

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Cool!

 

 

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It looks great! 

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Good work!

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Liking that troll. Add another must buy to the list.

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Very nice. I love the model, painted it up myself a few years ago. Good job!

 

If I may: I would consider some washes to give it more depth.

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24 minutes ago, Maglok said:

Very nice. I love the model, painted it up myself a few years ago. Good job!

 

If I may: I would consider some washes to give it more depth.

You most certainly may.  I've been considering doing that; especially on the fur portion.  then I tell myself that he's tabletop, for use in a game in the near future, and that I've got a bunch of other figs I need to finish.  But I will most likely revisit it.

 

I love the model as well.  I find it interesting that the metal version of this one is the Hellborn Troll, and the Bones is the Ice Troll.

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I painted the metal one as a ice troll. I have not painted the Bones version yet, but yeah .... maybe we just all started painting the hellborn troll as iceborn! :D

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