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Too cute and great painting I love the fungal blade

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Oh! That's a rad little mini!

 

Do you recall who put this guy out? He would fit in just fine with my growing army of (mostly) Kev Adams goblins.

 

Edit: Also, is that a tiny clothespin on his nose?

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Do you recall who put this guy out? 

 

Look up in the thread's tags, he labeled it with "Imbrian Arts," so I'd check them out to find it.

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Thanks for the comments!

 

 

Oh! That's a rad little mini!

 

Do you recall who put this guy out? He would fit in just fine with my growing army of (mostly) Kev Adams goblins.

 

Edit: Also, is that a tiny clothespin on his nose?

 

As Ub3r_n3rd already pointed out, he's by Imbrian Arts, he's listed as a Fungein (they come as a set of three).

 

And yes, that is a clothespin on his nose ::):

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Oops! Now I feel silly.  :down:

 

I'll figure out this forum and all of its intricacies one of these days. I swear it!  ::P:

 

Thanks, guys.

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Great highlights, love the colors you've chosen for his skin. Perfectly icky and fishy. And fun little mushrooms/fungus on his weapon.

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Aku has a great eye for minis, as always. Imbrian Arts rocks and you've again done a nice job on a mini I want to paint! You're becoming a voice in the back of my head that berates me for not painting more of my cool stuff!

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That's a weird gobbo.

 

Great personality, love the fungus on the weapon.

he can't stand his own smell?

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That's a weird gobbo.

 

Great personality, love the fungus on the weapon.

he can't stand his own smell?

 

Well, I think even a Goblins sense of smell would be overwhelmed if they were stuck inside a rotting fish.

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