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I never would have imagined the Little Old Monsters could paint up SO BEAUTIFULLYVERY WELL DONE!

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Great palette on a bunch of rad little figures, but that severed paw on the standard is really superb. Tells a whole bunch of stories. Well done!

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They all look great; good work on them!

Also, it's nice to see some old school lead getting some cool new paint jobs.

I've got a set of these guys somewhere; I may have to dig them up and do some painting.

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Thanks, all!


These guys are definitely some of my favorite sculpts that I've painted. Their strangely proportioned bodies and their faces won me over. Every time I look at them I think, "They don't make them like this anymore!"

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