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  1. smokingwreckage

    77152 Marsh Troll Bones 1

    Not sure if this guy was core, or an add-on. I did get rather a lot of add-ons. This here is, again, a fairly fast job designed to get it fairly nicely done. I don't actually game much, but this might be considered "tabletop". As for most of my paint jobs, this has drybrushing, layering, wet blending, "Les Wash Recipe Without the Ink" washes, and Army Painter Ink washes. And of course some colour mixing on the brush... because I paint like Derek Schubert... in that I mix colours on the brush ;) Meet Driftwood Fishskinner. Driftwood is really the name of his club, made from one water-bleached, water-stained trunk and the rusty nails out of sunken riverboats. Fishskinner is the name the troll here got when he started wearing a carp-hide as a loin cloth. Recently, given his somewhat successful reign of terror along Dead Man's Bend - one of nine stretches of channel so named, where the river winds slowly through the marsh and trade-boats often come to grief - he has sought a more rightly terrifying name, hence the fresh-this-week wolf skin. Everyone still calls him Fish-Skinner. It's not fair.
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