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Zombicide Survivor Dog painted as my Boxer Brutus

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As I wanted to paint something smaller between all the busts I started on this Zombicide miniature.

 

My youngest stepdaughter asked me for amini of a dog painted like our pet Boxer Brutus.

 

I put him on a nice street piece ( Thx to the EU Goodwill Box).

 

Here is the star of the show.

Brutus.

 

Primed and ready to go.

 

 

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Great use of the resin, I see you cut it shorter.

 

 

Yes, this way I can use it for more bases, I love scenic bases and this is a very useful piece.

 

Since Brutus walks in the street, I found this appropiate.

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Awe very nice. Your pup is so cute. I just wanna rub him belly. Rub him belly for me.

 

Belly rubbed, snorring Boxer!!!

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I love this idea, your own mini of your own dog

 

Looks awesome so far, and as others said, looking forward to seeing how this comes out :D

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Awe very nice. Your pup is so cute. I just wanna rub him belly. Rub him belly for me.

 

 

Belly rubbed, snorring Boxer!!!

Should be a four-character Chinese aphorism.

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