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  1. Meazels, the diseased, web-footed, clown-haired misfits of the goblin world. Great Kev Adams sculpts.
  2. A: Three meazels and a cyclops. Currently on the production floor:
  3. More Fiend Folio goodness in the works:
  4. This conversion project sat half-finished for many months. Finally got her finished. While I was at it, I painted her a boyfriend.
  5. I thought I was done painting these three models, but after I based them I decided I liked the basing so much I wanted to put some more work into the paintjob, starting with at least another layer of highlights. The small tufts of grass on the henchmen and the mule are Army Painter Battlefields Winter Tufts, which just arrived in my FLGS. They're pretty cool, they come on a plastic sheet and you just pluck them off with tweezers and put them down on a drop of glue. A lot easier than trying to make your own tufts from static grass or long grasses (you can see a static grass clump on the o
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