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nice job, I always loved those rat sculpts. I really like how you used the different colors on the rats, they really stand out like that

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17 hours ago, Tjrez said:

nice job, I always loved those rat sculpts. I really like how you used the different colors on the rats, they really stand out like that

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Very nice!  Love the bases, and the fact this was so quick for such a good effect.  I compute approx 75 seconds per rat.  Now that's some nice productivity.  If i could finish a mini every 75 seconds it might only be a month before I'm in danger of running out of things to paint.

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