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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Those look great!

Thanks! They're going to get some character levels added to them to REALLY threaten the group. :devil:

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These look really good! Love the colour scheme and the basing you did here. Can I ask did you strip the vallejo primer off of these before painting or just mold-line clean up? 

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29 minutes ago, MiniDungeonMaster said:

These look really good! Love the colour scheme and the basing you did here. Can I ask did you strip the vallejo primer off of these before painting or just mold-line clean up? 

I didn't strip the Vallejo primer and I didn't clean up any of the mould lines or sculpt flaws from the moulding process actually :lol:

 

With most Bones or Wizkids figs I just wash them off and go. I'm just trying to get some tabletop paint jobs down on them. 

 

Entries for Reapercon will get far more scrutiny!!

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