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Graveyard Golem

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From The Graveyeard expansion.  Don't know what he is called.  There is a slight mistake I notice on his face with the stone drybrushing that I noticed after I took these pics.  Of course that is why I took these pics so rest assured that is fixed now if you noticed it.

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Nice!

 

You're really busy painting!

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8 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Nice!

 

You're really busy painting!

I have a goal to try and get ALL the bones done by the end of the year and I have almost everything.  12 hours every weekend...I'll get there....I hope! lol

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Just now, Logos said:

I have a goal to try and get ALL the bones done by the end of the year and I have almost everything.  12 hours every weekend...I'll get there....I hope! lol

 

Wow!

Great challenge!

 

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Yeah and I just ordered the Mythos expansion I missed on the last kickstarter.  I have to say that initially I wasn't really into the Love Craft monsters but I read the books this year and yeah now I am really into them.  Now I wouldn't say that I found Love Crafts work scary but that man knows how to write!  I can see why so much modern stuff is based on his work and now I have to have all the monsters. 

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