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Ancient Skeleton horde (photo heavy)

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These are very cool!

I can see Sindbad the Sailor turning pale upon seeing them.

 

As for sealer I prefer Reaper Brush on Sealer, If I need areas to shine I apply a little gloss varnish later.

For spray on, I use Army Painter Anti Shine, has a nice matt finish.

 

 

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Those look amazing! Those green eyes look like they are really glowing. The patina on the bronze also looks fantastic 

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