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  1. Jasonator

    Half Orc Fighter - halforc000002

    I was reading an article about learning, and it said that you only learn when you are uncomfortable !!! Well, I have been uncomfortable since I started this mini. I honestly had NO idea what a half orc was, how to paint it, How to base it, or what to do with it ! ROFL. So I just started painting up a color scheme, then I saw the bracelet.. Female ?? Maybe... So that changed a few things. Then I just decided go for it, be uncomfortable, and do something different. Well, Its different. I mixed all my own colors, and just went for the Gusto. Oh.. the rock is a chunk of tree bark ! (Like I said, something new for the basing). So, Here is the Female Half Orc Fighter by Stonehaven. Your C&C's are greatly appreciated, and desired. Please let me know what you think.. I added a better photo showing her from a straight on view. Now you can see her face. Jay
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