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  1. As far as the base is concerned, I find that the metal bases tend to chip so I usually replace them with a plastic round or square base allowing for more textured and artful bases. First though you have to cut the metal one off. Sometimes that is a little tricky buy some minor putty work can fix that. I usually tear pieces of cork board for rocks, beach sand for dirt and gravle and so on. some compainies now make tufts of grass and all manner of foliage. There is no end to what you can use of bases.
  2. I take it you are a Dr Strange fan
  3. Wonderful job on the skin tones
  4. If you use a charge action to get into B2B does an attack come with that or do you have to spend an attack action? Also if you charge and then can attack with thet action can you then use an attack action for an extra attack?
  5. This only took some putty and a spare backpack bit. I wanted a dragonborn with an arcane flair
  6. On this I trimmed a lot of the flaring plates and tail. I added some chaos warrior and a lizard man head from GW as well as greenstuff for the dreads and such.
  7. This was my first dragonborn conversion. I used a GW lizard man head and some green stuff to create him. I also used some reptus feet from the warlord line in place of the hooves.
  8. I have stumbled onto another Mag Ego storm giant and I would like to do a conversion. I was looking for an appropriately arcane looking sword or maybe a scepter for this. Any help out there?
  9. I would suggest a darker color for the teeth/claws, maybe a snakebite leather then bleached bone highlight. On the plus side though that skin on all three is awesome, especially the lizard men. Very well done
  10. typically I don't go for the banner poles but yours looks good. I actually respect that banner pole.
  11. Two bits of constructive criticism if I may. First I think there are too many colors in there, it seems to be pulling my eyes in too many directions. Second, the base is good, but I would add some maxed gravel to the open parts between the blocks and the top of the base. It would make it look more natural. While you used too many colors, I must say that you did apply them well in so far as there are no brush marks ect.
  12. Thanks for the praise and the suggestion. The white was done by first applying a coat of Wolf Grey (Vallejo) or Space Wolf Grey (citadel). I find that white works wonderfully after that.
  13. While the pants don't really scream druid, i like them
  14. This was converted from a necron warrior and some other bits that i had laying about.
  15. Great use of different greens, beautiful skintone. Never was a fan of beveled bases though, but just my 2cp
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