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Very cool!

I like the base on the Wolf Demon!


BONUS POINTS for painting a WOLF ( of some sorts)

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Great paint job on goth of them, and the idea of having the wolf-demon's feet cause the ground to heat up is pretty sweet! :winkthumbs:

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