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And another batch that got hit at the end with project fatigue. There's some goofiness going on here that I should really have addressed, but... yeah. (I also should have been more careful not to cut off part of the one poor goblin's foot as I was trying to trim off the broccoli. :down: ) This particular batch is intended for use as random grunts, and I'm still continuing my quest to get a bunch of stuff painted in a relative hurry as a way to speed up my overall painting. They were a lot of fun to paint and they're silly and remind me of a more bloodthirsty version of the goblins malefactus has been painting lately. ::): 

 

Front:

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Back:

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As always - C&C welcome!

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TERRIFIC! I think the Little Rogues are SPLENDID Little Characters...GREAT brushwork & color choices with COOL stone bases. OUTSTANDING WORK!

I feel honored you compared them to my Little Hooligans.

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I think they look great for hurry up and get 'em done figures.

 

Nice job!

 

What are you basing them on? It looks like something from Dwarven Forge, perhaps?

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Thanks for the kind words, folks!

 

I think they look great for hurry up and get 'em done figures.

 

Nice job!

 

What are you basing them on? It looks like something from Dwarven Forge, perhaps?

Hirst Arts cavern floor blocks. The Anhurians I also posted last night used fieldstone floor blocks for the bases.
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