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The base is the mini's own base on a reaper "huge" size flat base.  As far as painting, grab any lava tutorial for the colors. I did two reds, an orange, two yellows, and a white.

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There actually is a real-world infection that causes glowing wounds, and oddly enough it saved a lot of Civil War soldiers' lives.

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You've done a great job on this model. Clean bright colour choices and brushwork. The glowing stones and colours give him a kind of World of Warcraft Boss Mob feel as well. I could just imagine facing this guy in somewhere like Stonecore!

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