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  1. I love scorpions, and I was very excited to get ahold of a small clutch of them at last year's Reapercon! I'm not a huge fan of the way these guys are set up on their base (It's a little perfectly-flat disk, kind of hard to get Greenstuff between the legs) which is why it took so long to get started, but I finally spent an evening basing them up, and after that, it went really smoothly! Did all eight in the course of about two hours. I made painting these guys as simple as I could, since they've got a lot of texture and I didn't want to have to spend a lot of time chas
  2. Painted these guys up a little earlier this month. Since they're for Pathfinder (etc) and they're most often encountered in caves, I went looking for some photos of cave scorpions. I found an example cave scorpion here, which is apparently Arizonan in origin. (Looks pretty nasty. Be careful if you're caving in Arizona, I guess!) Spent about 45 minutes on the pair, so... tabletop quality I guess. My lining was not the best thing ever here and I would certainly benefit from a steadier hand and/or practice!
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