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I really like your painting style and it brings these minis to life in a new way.

Fantastic work on all of them.

 

And I think with the little bit of ground/rocks you have showing on the base, the grass looks fine.

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Love em and the grass looks fine. I get that feeling a lot from my stuff too. Put a little bit of glue, sprinkle some grass and suddenly it feels like they are swimming in the static stuff.

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