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Sometimes an Ogre just has to go clubbing. :-)

Tried a different painting technique on this guy and a few others. I think it works reasonably on the skin, but still looks kind of scratchy in some places; murky in others.

 

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He looks all set for a night on the town.

 

That dance floor won't know what hit it.

He's ready to dance to the beatdown

He'll really kill it out on the dance floor

Sometimes he's just gotta get out there and swing.

 

...I'll just go now

 

 

 

Not sorry

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I pity the bouncer that tries to say no to this guy ... 

 

 Orange is a good color for an oger, the color mix in the skin gives him a dirty scruffy kinda look ... defently not a black tie kinda guy.

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