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I'm not sure what this is supposed to be; I got it as part of a figure lot on Ebay. Maybe an Otyugh? Maybe something C'thulu-ish? In any case I painted it for the Morihalda Challenge.

 

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What a cool, cute, ugly Little Guy! That is one Old Grenadier Horror I have never seen before now. He is one of your best.

The colors are WONDERFUL; along with some SPLENDID brushwork & a FINE base that adds up to a VERY WELL DONE!.

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Awesome!

 

I couldn't find this guy in my Grenadier catalogues..I have them from 1982 till 1994.

Must be older or nit photographed back then for these issues.

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Nice work!  Looks like an Otyugh to me. 

 

The Otyugh is the portcullis of monsters.

 

Meaning, people have come up with an astounding number of ways to pronounce it.  To me it's an "oat-you"

 

"Por-tic-you-liss"...  Seriously?!?   :)

 

Anyhow, nice work on this guy... whatever he's called.  :)

 

Kang

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I dunno what it is but I wouldnt wanna be coming across that down the dungeon corridor! 

 

Great quick paint job, simple yet effective! 

 

(It probably IS an oat-yuck, ouch-yoog, out-chuck.. ^_^ )

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