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Some goblins! John Manor's Goblin Warriors. (That's Tre, right?) I really dug the savageness of these little fellows. I especially love the bunny.

 

 

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Thanks for looking!

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Those are prob my favorite goblin sculpts (looks over shoulder & sees the handfuls of each sculpt I've gotten out of the Boneyard....::):)

 

Awesome colors. I really like the one with the hood.

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I wonder if one can EVER have too many Goblins...I know I can't. Those Little Guys are UBERCOOL & your FINE brushwork only adds to that effect. GREAT WORK!

Now since I don't have those four handsome Fellows, & you were kind enough to supply the catalog number, I'll have to see about ordering them...see your stuff is INSPIRATIONAL.

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Just throw two goblin minis in a drawer, wait a few weeks and there will be more...

 

I know I didn't buy all of the goblins hanging around in my to do pile..or did I?

 

i just love these,,well done

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Awesome!  These guys have been on my want list for a while, along with the Dark Hold goblins that you also posted.  

Do you own any of the reaper goblins that have been bonesified?  I've been trying to figure out how these guys and the Dark Hold gobbos compare in size to Reaper's bones goblins and the pathfinder goblins.

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These look good Marvin. 

 

I thought I had looked over all of Reapers inventory but I guess I missed these guys, I REALLY like the look of them!

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Yeah, I know some Tres. Just wanted to make sure this was that one, though; calling someone by the wrong name is very embarrassing to me, for some reason.

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And thank, everyone.

 

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see your stuff is INSPIRATIONAL.

 

LoL. Even as limited as I find my own painting ability, I'll still put my tastes in miniatures up there against anybody's. :lol:

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