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Here is a selection of skeleton warriors and Guardians from the Bones 2 Kickstarter. I have painted them to represent they are inhabitants of a damp old crypt, hence the green staining and rust on the weaponry.

This is the first set of Bones 2 models I have attempted to date.

Here is a group shot of the lot followed by a few close ups of particular models.

 

 

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I have based them in my normal way, to represent them spilling out from the depth of a crypt.

 

As always comments or suggestions welcome.

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