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Dark Paints from the Malefactus Collection: Black Ork number one.

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So, as part of the figures that I sent to Malefactus, what I will call a treasure trove of classic 80's and 90's lead made its way northward from Texas to Nessus.  This figure is the first to actually see completion under my unkind brush.  There are more in the works, but this guy was so easy to paint. He's definitely in the tabletop category, but he feels finished.  The only regrets I have are the ends of his horns (which don't really look red IRL) and the mould line under the horn on the bottom that you can see in the rear view.  I am not going to fix it because I couldn't see it while I was painting it and he will most certainly see table time in the next few weeks (I have an adventure using this exact miniature!). 


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Thank you!  I like him.  He could be much brighter, but I like him the way he is.  Even if the leafy green skin tone is a little insane...

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