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Barbarian Axeman of Icingstead

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Good painting! His attire seems very appropriate for bashing in faces, as a barbarian should. Might I suggest giving greenstuff a try to give his base some ground material? I will admit that I often have avoided minis with slotted bases because I find them a bit of a nuisance when I just want to sling paint :poke:

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