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I was a fan of the Grimm TV show until it ended this past spring.  With the severed head, the book and the vials of useful poisons or whatever, I feel like this guy has a historical Grimm vibe going.  Nice work! 

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Excellent paint job, and the basing is very well done! I like how the pier seems to be sinking into the muck.

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OUTSTANDING! The Hunter of Evil is at once sinister & dapper. He is a WONDERFUL creation; BEAUTIFULLY painted & based. VERY WELL DONE! 

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Chaoswolf stole my comment about the planks, so I guess I'm going to have to compliment your color choices.  ::D:  Most people choose really dark colors for this mini, your nature colors really make sense with a swamp setting.

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56 minutes ago, Queeny said:

Love what you did with this.  What did you use for the swamp water and the planks?

 

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The water is Vallejo Still Water, but the rest is a pre-made resin base.

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