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Yet another speed paint, this one pretty much human sized.  I'm thinking of using this one in a Frostgrave warband.  It's not exactly human, but I think that works in the setting (there are beast crafters after all).  If I do decide to use it in a warband I think I'll have to base it on something standard.

 

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Good job!

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Nice work. I have one of these yet to be started. You have given me the inspiration to break him out of his blister pack and get to work.

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Glad you liked it and it's helpin get another figure ready for action.  I sometimes find simpler paint jobs more inspiring than really fancy ones since I can see more easily how I could replicate it.  Of course I would like to improve to the point where I can do that with fancier paint jobs too.

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