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9 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

They look good!

Well done!

 

As for the Blacktooth, I would obscure that clear pin with a bit of lichen or vines, that way he runs over a plant and it would blend in.

That's a great idea! I'm probably too lazy to do that, but it's a great idea!!!

 

35 minutes ago, Iridil said:

Nice group - really like the black ogre in particular

Haha, a practiced eye recognizes the figure who got the most attention paid to it... :winkthumbs:

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