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These look great and I love that the look like an actual band of goblins, all wearing similar styles and colours!

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The Little Hooligans painted up BEAUTIFULLY...every bit as nice looking as their metal relations. You have an appealing style & a fine eye for colors. VERY WELL DONE!

It isn't often one meets a "mostly harmless" Disemboweler...you may be unique.

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Very nice.  Good, clean paint job.  I love those Pathfinder goblins, hands down the best take on goblin behavior.

 

Lorne

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the detail on the faces is so...crisp! Everyone here seems to have mastered bones minis to perfection. Can't wait for the bones 3 to come. I need to give it another go. Really impressive gobbos!

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Nice job.  I like the subtle pink accents throughout the band.  It isn't a color I'd usually associate with goblins, but it really works here.

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Thanks everyone! I'm still trying to get better at taking pictures of my miniatures as well. Trying to get the right light is proving to be a challenge. 

4 hours ago, Krztoff said:

Nice job.  I like the subtle pink accents throughout the band.  It isn't a color I'd usually associate with goblins, but it really works here.

Haha.......funny thing is I was trying for a light red. I used a red wash on white to try to get some detail out of my feathers. When I saw that they came out kind of pinkish I decided to leave them alone because I liked they way they looked. 

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Great little horde of goblins! Honestly, these are some of my all time favorite Reaper minis. Just love these guys and you did a great job on them. I really like how beat up you made their weapons look. 

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