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This is another of Julie Guthrie's beautiful giant werewolves, part of the Warlord Koborlas faction. This is my second Warlord figure painted. It was an attempt to make a gender-ambiguous werewolf, and as such I shaved down the chest armor a bit. Full WIP here.

 

Aislinn may be howling or sniffing the air or fighting a giant.  Looking up at any rate.

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WIP thread here.

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Sword wielding werevolves.. And a dual wielder too.. What will we see next?!

 

Anyhow, great painting, I love the eye detail. Well done!

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