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My GM needed this mini urgently for a game session this weekend.  Asked me to paint it up.  Needed a hill giant that had gone through Illithid ceremorphosis and created the hill giant from hell.   Not the best pic from angles as GM had already grabbed the mini.   Once it is used need to finish tentacles and runes on the base.

 

Anyhoo thought I'd share

 

 

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