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Angie paints some Bones - Slightly converted Squogs, Spikeshells and Kar Drakir!


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On 2/28/2018 at 1:35 PM, AngiesArmies said:

I think models that's 35mm+ is where the bones material really starts to shine.

I agree with you.

 

Fantastic painting on these fellows!! Any chance of seeing the lizard man army?

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