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Great Job !

Looks like they are returning home after a rough day at the office !

Chuckle.

Troll 2 is clearly the superior skull collector. Troll one really needs to pick up the pace if he intends to make quota for this quarter.

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Thanks for the compliments, comments, and likes everyone!

 

 

Great Job !

Looks like they are returning home after a rough day at the office !

Chuckle.

Troll 2 is clearly the superior skull collector. Troll one really needs to pick up the pace if he intends to make quota for this quarter.

 

Hah! Don't bring that up... he's very sensitive about his Skull Count! ::P:

 

Nice!  This is one of my all time favorite models and you did it justice.

 

When i first glanced at the photos I thought the base said "Mr Troll".

Thanks!

 

Are you trying to troll me ??  :lol:

 

I can see that, others have said that they thought it looked like "Mr. Trolli" on my FB artist page comments haha.  

 

I don't have the best handwriting and trying to paint words is even harder to make look good.  :rolleyes:

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They look great; nice work  them!

 

One (minor) critique--perhaps a coat of brush on gloss on the blood to make it look 'wet'?

Thanks!

 

Good idea, I can use realistic water to coat it and make it shinier than gloss coat. The gloss of it was knocked down after I matte sprayed them to take pics.

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The Twins look TERRIFIC AND suitably GORY...brushwork, bases & color selection are WONDERFULLY in character for the Big Guys. OUTSTANDING WORK!

I comment all too infrequently on your creations. You really are making SPLENDID progress. 

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The Twins look TERRIFIC AND suitably GORY...brushwork, bases & color selection are WONDERFULLY in character for the Big Guys. OUTSTANDING WORK!

I comment all too infrequently on your creations. You really are making SPLENDID progress. 

Thanks, Mal! That means a lot to me ::D:

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