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02712, Eyebeast on custom base

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The Beasty is a BEAUTY... WONDERFUL brushwork, GLORIOUS colors,  & a LOVELY base featuring an OUTSTANDING mushroom. VERY WELL DONE!

It nice to see one of the Beholders escape the usual dungeon scene & get a breath of fresh air.

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Thanks for your comments everyone. I'm happy you like it.

 

2 minutes ago, Mierot said:

Wonderful and disturbing at the same time. Nicely done!

 

I wonder if there are dentists in the underdark...?

 

Have you notice the bad teeth? :poke:

 

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It's amazing how much more I like this figure with the added eye stalks. Painted mine with minimal conversion, but I think I might have to grab another and play with it a bit. Excellent job on this one. 

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Thanks for your appreciation everyone, it's motivating.

 

On 30/11/2017 at 9:38 PM, JGroeling said:

It's amazing how much more I like this figure with the added eye stalks. Painted mine with minimal conversion, but I think I might have to grab another and play with it a bit. Excellent job on this one. 

 

JGroeling, I'm happy you enjoy the additional eyestalks. I really like to convert my models and Reaper have a nice selection of conversion kits.

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