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Primed and basecoated, white dotted the interesting parts then washed.

You might notice I changed the tails/heads/front legs on a couple to differentiate them.

 

Next up some highlights. And making them pustules stand out with some red or green,

or something in between :D

 

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Went with red for the pustules, tried to make the fur and stuff a bit scabby and less monocolored.

 

Not sure what to do with the basing as they really kinda blend in with their bases. I was planning on not adding flock, but that's one solution I guess.

Also still white dots for eyes, not sure what to do about them.

 

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