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Gatormen and Bog Trogs from Widower's Wood

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On 5/5/2018 at 4:36 AM, Jordan Peacock said:

I love it!  I also admire the way you subtly worked in hints of the red/blue/purple designations.

 

 

Thanks.  I had this weird aversion to painting them all to look alike, so I was hoping to get those colors showing through without making them look silly.  

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