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77251: Bloodhoof, Minotaur Barbarian

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I would not want a run-in with him in a labyrinth. Nice speed paint!  

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He looks appropriately mean and intimidating.

Nicely done.

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Very cool.  More than I get done in a week. 

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Looks good!

 

I've never figured out how to balance painting and playing. I used to trim mold lines, but I've had a lot of DM's get annoyed. Even though as soon as it was my turn I was like instantly, "OK I move 20 feet, to here, and I do this and this." Rolls two dice. Ok I hit for 5 damage. All in less than 30 seconds. When others took like 5 minutes trying to decide what they would do. 

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Man if this is speed painting, I really suck:( Least I have a good idea what this guy looks like painted up:) Now if I can just finish my 10 WIP (1 just needs base and touch up, 3 actually WIP's and six that still need me to break out my patriot 105 and prime them), I can finally get to this guy:) Well and everything in bones 3 core set:(

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Raaaaaaaaaa!!! :wow:

 

amazing especially for doing during a gaming session.  

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I don't think I'd have the concentration to play and paint at the same time. That's very impressive for a speed paint!

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Hard to see that is a speedpaint! Very well done.

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I painted that same miniature a while ago. Took me quite a while and my results are not nearly as good as your "speed paint". Looks menacing. Great job.

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Very good skin!

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Happy belated nameday TS, thats a really nice mini-mino.  (Speed paint, he says, hmph.  My speed paints take at least month and don't look near this good)...

 

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Excellent

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That's amazing!

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THAT'S a speed paint?!? Dude, post one where you took your time so i can really feel bad LOL::o::lol:

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