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They look like they belong together.  They should make for a very unique wizard and apprentice in your Frostgrave games.  Well done!  Are you going to have all dwarves for this group?

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The Vertically Challenged Ones look TERRIFIC...GREAT brushwork, bases, & choice of colors. OUTSTANDING WORK!

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Thanks everyone for the comments!

 

 

very nice,  the colors clearly tie them togeaher 

but the white cloak could use more blending

 

Yes, you're right; though in my defense, it doesn't look that bad in person. Its incredible how the camera finds all problems. :)  Since it's just for tabletop use, and will seldom be viewed from closer than 3 or 4 feet, I'm content to let it pass. 

 

 

 

They look like they belong together.  They should make for a very unique wizard and apprentice in your Frostgrave games.  Well done!  Are you going to have all dwarves for this group?

 

 

Thats a good question.  I haven't really gone for one-race or matching-color-clothes types of warbands before, so this is a new direction for me.   It might be fun to do all dwarf, the problem being I don't think I have enough suitable dwarf figures left to paint! :(

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Thats a good question.  I haven't really gone for one-race or matching-color-clothes types of warbands before, so this is a new direction for me.   It might be fun to do all dwarf, the problem being I don't think I have enough suitable dwarf figures left to paint! :(

Until I go to the online store and order more!

FTFY! :B):

 

Dang Ub3r really is rubbing off on me....

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Excellent dwarves!  I think a dwarven warband would be quite fantastic, and since you don't tend to go with all of your warband figures in matching attire, maybe you actually don't need more dwarven minis, you just need to peruse what you already have?

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