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Grin - A Zombicide Black Plague Necromancer

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Hmm.... I'd 5-6 hours, counting prep.  Which considering 10+ I usually end up spending on figures, it Is a bit of a speed paint.

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I like the way the bright blue and brown work together. He should look darn good on the table. 

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I think he looks fantastic!

 

The skin looks great!  His face has a lot of character too!

 

My favorite part though is his eyes!

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12 hours ago, NecroMancer said:

My favorite part though is his eyes!

 

Seconded! Tho he looks awesome all around!

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