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You have done it again! The Big Furry Guy is as WONDERFULLY painted as his predecessors. The ax is a particularly striking piece of metalwork. VERY WELL DONE!

Thanks for the Group Protrait. The Lads look EVEN BETTER en masse.

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Thanks for your comments everyone. @CorallineAlgae the technique is used to paint these guy's armor is really simple, I used metallic paints, The base coats are honed steel and bronze, then I apllied a quiq agrax earthshade let it dry and applied a reikland fleshshade wash.

 

Here are two more picture of the Bugbear Warband.

 

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