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Nolzur's Marvelous Miniature Troll as an Ice Troll

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So even though I haven't been W.I.P.ping, I have been painting here and there....

This is the WizKids Dreadlock Troll, that I decided to paint as an Ice Troll for our current Frostgrave Campaign....

He has various pale greys and off whites, then  very dilute GW Blue ink Glazed on the skin, GW Snakebite Leather on his loin cloth, and SC75 SS Camo Shadow and SC75 Field Grey 50% on his hair....

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Thanks for looking!

 

 

The Mojo May Return....

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Was hanging out with my kids tonight, (Iron Man 2) 

but I did drybrush Peppermint White over the skin....

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6 hours ago, knarthex said:

Was hanging out with my kids tonight, (Iron Man 2) 

but I did drybrush Peppermint White over the skin....

 

Over the Troll Skin I hope!

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7 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Over the Troll Skin I hope!

 

...the Kids would work well for practice pieces; re, the paint washes right off...for the most part.

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5 hours ago, ub3r_n3rd said:

THE MOJO IS BACK, BABY!! :wow: 

 

Good job, George!! Keep it going!

Trying hard....

But I also don't want to force it...

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