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  1. Since I'll be doing a lot of batch painting, I decided to intersperse the occasional 'different' mini to spice things up. I don't paint a ton of moderns, but we might be participating in a modern campaign soon so I picked this guy as someone the guys in my group might want as their character. Went a little off his inspiration and gave him green pants for a bit of color. His base is one of my first ones from my new Basius bases, it's from the homestead one. I kind of screwed up the front so that's why I used my textured gel to put some mud there. The back is a little bent up too, but I figure bent up or down floor boards is probably fine. Paint job probably could have been a bit better on the base, I did it twice and still wasn't happy with it. Anyways, thanks for reading, comments and criticism are always appreciated! The photos of him in full sunlight didn't turn out as good, but he looks cooler and more menacing with his shadow...
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