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I'm really digging these. I've always wanted to paint one of those Corsairs up as a Terran Marine.

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Nice set - my favorite is the bat demon - great face and the colors are well blended, he dark and creepy and purple yet so much a bat

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I've got a soft spot for those vulture demons! Love the color schemes on them. 

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16 hours ago, Mutilatedlips said:

Wow, really liking the oxidization on the robot and the basing on the vultures.

The basing is just a bunch of small rocks I have from a home decor bag, and they’re mixed in with a matte sculpting paste you can buy at any store like Hobby Lobby! I’m all about best results for the least amount :lol:

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