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Digging the bold paint jobs on em, makes me think of the cell shaded style of Borderlands (which is a fantastic and vibrant style).

Good luck at the convention. 

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Excellent! I love the heat discoloration on the barrel shroud.

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Well, they looks all set for another bug hunt; nice job!

 

Good luck at the con/contest, too.

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After all is said and done, the were beat out by some more GW stuff, and didn't even place. I'm starting to dislike the popular vote, over the judged contests. At least with the judged contests, you know the folks are looking at every little detail, and not just having your friends vote for your half painted army. Ah well. Next year!

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