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Thanks for the comments!


I have to keep the base fairly simple on these, because the plastic guild sets come ready based and I'm too lazy to re-base them, so I'm planning on just going crazy with my big box of grass tufts.

But this guy needed a little bit of a cork platform because his stance is too wide to fit on the base provided.

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Having followed his evolution on your W.I.P. thread, make the final result even better. He is an OUTSTANDING creation.  The base is as BEAUTIFULLY done as the miniature. VERY WELL DONE!

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