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    • By TheOldGuard
      Greetings!
       
      Presenting the High Rollers!
       
      I wanted to keep these chaps looking bright & cartoony so I went with primary & secondary colours for their bodies & I tried to keep these colours appropriate to their character.
       

       
       
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