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  1. In keeping with the desert like theme, I painted these two snakemen as another possible encounter for my players. I loosely based the paint jobs on a brown cobra. Both pieces we painted in conjunction with two other pieces during our Saturday online painting group. The markings on the cobra are my first attempt at freehand on something other than lines on clothing. Obviously I have more work to do, but I'm getting there. The prairie tick was done for someone else. He mentioned that he had a Deadlands game that was heading into a desert region. I really like how the bloodsack on this thing came out. It was several layers, but I was going for an engorged look. To top it off, I sealed the back of if with a brush on satin sealer, to make it pop a little more. Hope you like them. As always, C&C welcome. CAH
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