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good stuff ...

 

I'm glad I looked at the tutorial link you posted.  I noted this Chaos Champion of Tzeentch , liked the head and thought immediately of the Tengu in Bones III.  While I love the Oni of the Eastern Legends, the Tengu just didn't do it for me.  Now I can imagine their heads in a better light.  Not that I'll be able to achieve the quality of Chaos Champion noted previously.  Still, it's worth a shot.  Thanks for link.

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Thanks all!

 

That is a great horde! Any chance of a picture of them all together?

 

Of course! Here are the walking dead:

 

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good stuff ...

 

I'm glad I looked at the tutorial link you posted.  I noted this Chaos Champion of Tzeentch , liked the head and thought immediately of the Tengu in Bones III.  While I love the Oni of the Eastern Legends, the Tengu just didn't do it for me.  Now I can imagine their heads in a better light.  Not that I'll be able to achieve the quality of Chaos Champion noted previously.  Still, it's worth a shot.  Thanks for link.

 

You're welcome :)

 

Nice! And the sculpts look awesome! I'll need to get me some

 

Yes, you do! I think they're still available for purchase. These are trollcast from Tre's first kickstarter. I think the ones in his online store are metal. Which is a good thing since the trollcast stuff is kind of brittle.

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