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Three more from the Undead Regiment.

http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/60959-undead-regiment-in-a-swamp-mixed-manufacturers/

 

These are from Otherworld Miniatures.

Very nice detailed mini;s.

I painted the snake symbol as a freehand again.

And again reds and or purples as the Vampire Queen's Heraldry.

 

Enjoy ( I hope).

 

 

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