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This is a DDM prepainted figure, the Ogre Ravager that I repainted. The only thing I changed was to cut off all the blood drops that were on the axe blade and his leg. I painted him last weekend during Inarah's paint binge.

 

The stone with the runes on it is a press mold I made of part a resin base to add a little detail to the base.

 

Front:

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Back:

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Close up of face and axe; I tried to go for a rusty look to the weapon.

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