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I've been working on some conversions for the new Cultists from Frostgrave.

I tried to set them up to pull double-duty as Cult of the Possessed for Mordheim.

 

I really enjoy this kit, I'm going to have to get a second one just for sci-fi conversions...I've used up almost all the parts already.

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While this photo was mostly taken to show an example of the Cinnamon Red Bones paint I got in the Reapermas promotion, you can see some slow progress on the Cultists in the background:

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