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Thanks guys!

 

I am NOT painting a batch of miniatures this size altogether again. Drove me nuts at times. I should have split it down to the couple of units of troops and big guys separately.

I'm still confused that two of the pigs have a string of sausage tucked into their belts around the back (they're actually humans transformed into pig-men to quickly make soldiers from workers but still seems wrong)

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That wasn't in Babe!!!

 

Yeah, according to my semi-murdurous high school biology teacher, pigs will eat anything they can fit in their mouths, bones and all.  He had a pig farm, so he figured he could get away with killing any of us so long as he remembered to break up the skull.

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