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Swamp Shambler 03243, Oxidation Beast 77032

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COOL STUFF! Your brushwork, color choices & basing are OUTSTANDING. The Swamp Thing seems to be an extension of his/her/whatever base...nice effect. VERY WELL DONE!

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Thanks all!  I forgot to take a photo of my unopened pack of 3 official Star Wars stormtroopers from 1992.  It wasn't really intentional to save them but there was a long hiatus from painting and after that long I almost don't want to open them.  I'd never sell them so why not anyway?

 

I was seriously considering putting a rusted, broken sword underneath the oxi beast, or a little in front of him ideally, but there just wasn't room to not take something away from the piece (to me).  I could always try a bigger base.

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