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I painted these not long before moving to Austin. Originally they came with thin metal rods and seperate spearheads some of which had gotten lost over the years. (I'd found them on sale at the FLGS in Plainfield IL around 1999.) So I added some bits from various Reaper weapon packs and some GW sprues I had handy.

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Ok, my photo-fu isn't on point today it seems.

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Other than maybe touching up the bases, I'm going to leave them be. Now to find a somewhat scale Mr. McGregor for them to terrorize.

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I saw those, have they made retail yet? (of course once I get them I'll have to have a Col. Sanders to go with....and yet another warband of the unhinged will be formed) I haven't taken any pics yet, but these do scale nicely with mouslings.

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You need Doom Bunny to lead them in their battle.

 

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Old Ral Partha (Imports I think)

 

Nice work!!

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DEATH BUNNIES!!!!

I remember those guys! I used to have a few until I traded them away for some other miniatures. Kinda wish I hadn't done that now...

Good stuff!:winkthumbs:

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