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I started a quartet of Pig Face Orcs for Orctober, but with ReaperCon and my "accident", I was only able to finish one so far.  The other three are each about 80% complete.


This orc is from the Antediluvian Dungeon Explorer kickstarter, and are reminiscent of a certain animated show from the '80's.


Comments and Critiques welcome.





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