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30 minutes ago, Metalchaos said:

Great paint job, I like how the leather came out. What did you use for the rock on the base, is it a natural rock?

Thanks, its a bark, great resource for rock making:)

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3 hours ago, Silver Jack said:

Thanks, its a bark, great resource for rock making:)

Crafty, it really looks like rocks.

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Nice job!  It's actually from a Zombicide Black Plague guest artist box (by Paolo Parente).  

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Awww, he looks so sad.  Like, when he's not busy being a merciless killing machine, he's secretly looking after a little, mewing kitten that adopted him one rainy day. . . . :wub:

 

Great paint job and basing!

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What a WONDERFULLY expressive face! It finishes off your LOVELY brushwork & basing in an OUTSTANDING fashion. VERY WELL DONE!

I followed you link to the rest of the crew. They are a SPLENDID gang of Hooligans. The Troll will fit right in with that collection of characters.

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