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I had this little fellow primed and in a box for over two decades now.

So finally I decided to paint him.

 

I had a real nostalgic feeling with this one.

He is a Hill Troll from Ral Partha, but nowadays he would be as big as a goblin or small orc.

 

Anyway: Hope you enjoy him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nice job! I like the non-standard (green) paint you went with for his skin. That's something that I'm starting to do, too.

 

 

Thx, I got indoctrinated by GW for years, painting all Orcs, Goblins and Trolls green for years.

So why exactly?

 

Tolkien's Orcs were another colour as were the D&D ones.

 

So I tried something else here.

Glad you like it.

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