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What a cool sculpt!  A great paint job too!  I love the for and the blue and the armor!  They look great!


Is that grass from GW?

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7 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

It's right, that's an awesome NMM you did on these guys! I like the bases as well.

Thanks! I have to admit though the bases are pretty simple. Some corn meal painted and some static grass added on afterwards. By the time I get a figure painted, I really just want to finish the base as soon as I possibly can.  For me the base is the un-funnest part of painting. 

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Now thats how NMM ought to be like! And I especially like the fairy tale feel you gave to the minis as well.. The pastel like NMM adds much to that effect.. Awesome in every sense!

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