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I have been painting up a bunch of Reaper trolls in the style of swamp frogs, starting with this one:

 

 

I whipped up a couple others with brighter greens and more vibrant browns, to middling effect.  I think the swamp-dwelling creeps just look a little more natural if they have more murky colors.  This one will do nicely as the Big Bad for my marsh adventure.  Critiques and advice would be most welcome.  Thank you!

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