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Kally makes a great base for that Horde!

 

Are you going to use the rest of her on other bases?

 

Good paintjob too, a nice regiment!

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5 minutes ago, Xherman1964 said:

Kally makes a great base for that Horde!

 

Are you going to use the rest of her on other bases?

 

Good paintjob too, a nice regiment!

Yeah, I have a lot of undead in my queue for the next year or so. I have a small troop of skeleton archers that will be cowering behind one of her arms soon. 

 

There's some vaguely formed idea for the wings as a backdrop too, but I haven't really blocked it out or decided what unit needs it yet...

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This is awesome!  I love the execution.  It would be really cool to see this on the others side of the table during a game. ::D:

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That is one ghastly Gang of Ghouls; BEAUTIFULLY painted & WONDERFULLY based...I am particularly fond of your bases. VERY WELL DONE!

Is that Michael Jackson I hear in the background?

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That's really cool!! I like how you worked the necromancer (I'm assuming?) into the scene, and using Kaladrax as terrain is a brilliant idea!

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1 hour ago, Chaoswolf said:

That's really cool!! I like how you worked the necromancer (I'm assuming?) into the scene, and using Kaladrax as terrain is a brilliant idea!

Thanks, but big K as terrain I think I stole from a frostgrave thread here maybe?

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