Bones 3 Shipwreck Golem

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Got the base coat in place, starting to pick out the details now


i went with the same base colors that i did for my Kraken and Coraldrax, since I find it gives a good representation of something that's been underwater a long time





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I love it!!!


Perfect colours!

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Well done! I really like it. Although I wonder how he reloads that cannon? Must be magic... you kno ooo owwww...

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Now that's a shipwreck revenant that looks like it's been at the bottom of the sea for a few decades!

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Wow I love the moldy weathered wood I want to go back to mine and do that it's awesome

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