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02908, Undead Ooze

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The blending of green and yellow was challenging on this mini.

I added some plastic tiles on the ground to create a ruined dungeon atmosphere.

It was sculpted by Gene Van Horne.













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Very cool and would be terrifying fun to face in game! I think you've made this look very believable with that custom basework.

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Reaally neat. Are those tiles on the base?

I added some plastic tiles on the ground, I used some "Bread bag clip" that I've trimmed with a craft knife.


Thanks to everyone for the comments!

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It does not look like it would be a complicated sculpt but you managed to bring so much vivid life to it!  It is genuinely slightly terrifying and those colors blend so well together.  Amazing work!

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