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Rageclaw Warrior: What the hell is on his foot??

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I'm painting a Rageclaw Warrior and I'm trying to figure out what this thing is.  He has a leather strap wrapped around one of his hind legs and there's something hanging off it.  Can anyone tell what it is?  It's a package or a letter maybe?  I don't know what color to paint it.

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Rageclaw_Warrior_3.jpg

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1 minute ago, joshuaslater said:

Dog tag?

 

Haha literally.  Thanks for the fresh eyes, maybe that's it.

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Trophy buckle from a Werner Klocke-sculpted opponent?

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3 hours ago, Pingo said:

Trophy buckle from a Werner Klocke-sculpted opponent?

Werner Klocke should sculpt some kind of buckle-hunter where he has all these belts and straps with just an (even more) absurd amount of buckles and carries around a pair of scissors.

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2 hours ago, rfusca said:

Werner Klocke should sculpt some kind of buckle-hunter where he has all these belts and straps with just an (even more) absurd amount of buckles and carries around a pair of scissors.

 

I don't quite get the joke but this figure was sculpted by Werner Klocke.  I take it he's obsessed with buckles? 

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5 minutes ago, Envii said:

 

I don't quite get the joke but this figure was sculpted by Werner Klocke.  I take it he's obsessed with buckles? 

Definitely, yes.

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3 minutes ago, rfusca said:

Definitely, yes.

 

It seems like a good guess that that's what this is then.  Haha thanks guys!

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46 minutes ago, rfusca said:

Definitely, yes.

And booty. Hence the term "Klockenbooty."

 

It's a real search term in the store. Try it.

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Just now, Bruunwald said:

And booty. Hence the term "Klockenbooty."

 

It's a real search term in the store. Try it.

Very unlikely its a sculpted booty. ;) 

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10 hours ago, Bruunwald said:

And booty. Hence the term "Klockenbooty."

 

It's a real search term in the store. Try it.

Klockenbooty giveth.  Klockenhands taketh away.  

 

IE, while Herr Klocke can sculpt some crazy booty, his hands (while 1000x better than what I can do) are not his strong suit.

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