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Wow I feel really outclassed here but I've gotta start somewhere...

Painted these for a friend's birthday, it was several months past his birthday when I finished, lol. Unfortunately before I could properly finish he had to move so I had to rush and couldn't do as much as I'd like. A lot of bases remained unpainted, and some touch ups on some of the skintones that I was planning on doing after had to be left as they were.

Not sure how many I can fit before it starts flagging me as spam so I'm just gonna show a photo of all of them, and then some of the monsters. They're the ones I'm most satisfied with.

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Blood Rage Base Game all painted minis

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Fire Giant

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Uhhh, sorta just realized I forgot to actually take pictures of the 100% finished work, please forgive the half finished base.

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Ice Giant

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Looking over this now I can see things that I could have done differently/better, but I still think it turned out pretty well.

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Troll

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Pretty Happy with this guy too, the blood spatter is not the best and the rocks are a little janky, my first experiment with basing.

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Wow! What a saga this must have been! Which painfully reminds me I have too keep painting my own set.. Sigh... One day I shall get to it.. I hope..

 

But what you have achieved here is surely inspiring and your efforts have been rewarded! Very well done!

 

So I hope you dine in Valhalla next game night! ^_^ 

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They look great!

 

Unfortunately I am in the same boat as @VolksFest!  Except I haven't even started ::(:

 

I got my copy for a steal on the Bay with grand plans of painting everything right away... needless to say that hasn't happened.  I also have Rising Sun and Green Horde coming which a I have the same plans for... what did I get myself into?

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