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Dark Paints:  D&D Ogre Mercenary
Evil Ogres, this guy is BIG.  I based him on a 40mm base initially (he's still standing on it!), but I found it to be waaaaay too small.  I then put him on a 50mm base, and tried my Advanced Deployment arc marker tool, and I'm very happy with him.  He's painted to Tabletop quality, and he'll be used as an Ogre Leader for Pathfinder, Song of Blades and Heroes monster, and possibly in Dragon Rampant as well.  

The shield was a take on the Thalos "water" shield and I'm happy with how it turned out.  I don't believe he'll be working for Thalos anytime soon.

 

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C&C always welcome.

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