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Squogs with Spear, Part 2, (77268) (Bones)


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Last week I posted my first group of 5 Squog Warriors; the ones wielding a trident, painted up as Strawberry Poison Dart Frogs  This past week, I finished up the next batch of 5; the ones with the spears. You will also notice that I converted one of the spear-frogs into a leader by cutting the spear off and reusing the spear blade as a sword; then cutting the arm at the elbow and repositioning it so it would be in more of a natural sword holding position. I also borrowed one of the skull helmets from a Mudcroak, Squog Shaman, figure and attached it to the leader's head.

 

This completes a unit of 10 of them.

 

Like with the others, nothing fancy, just a tabletop paint job.

 

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And here's a couple group shots of all 10 together:

 

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