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77460 Bones Dwarf Butcher Ancestor Barbarian and Spirit

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So I'm going to be starting a dwarven reclamation campaign in the fall, and I had 2 copies of the Dwarf butcher. I though it would be perfect to do one as a living butcher (who I can also use as an NPC townie) and his barbarian ancestor spirit that I can put on the table when he's a ragin'.

So far the living butcher is mostly done (need to do his base and some touchups - I don't know how all of you are doing the eyes, because I can't see them even with a visor), and the ghostly ancestor is mostly done minus the ghostly glow I'll be drybrushing later. I do have a few process pics to post.

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I was away for the weekend. Here's more pics of the ghost-y.

I used stylneryz yellow mixed with pale olive and alien goo, olive and peacock green for darker shades, and spectral glow drybrush on top. I think I used maggot white for the lightest points.

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I think these were before the spectral glow, though.

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