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Bones 4 Barbarian

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Finished up one of my first bones 4 minis.  The unnamed big brother to the bones 3 barbarian.

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He's a simple table top job, though I probably could have shaded a few details more. Like his bracelet.

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I used an ink wash too shade the fur of his cloak and loin cloth. It worked great except they are now both very shiny. I could tone them down with some matte sealer, bit I think I'm just going to declare them magical.

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Someone's grumpy today.

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here he is with his unfinished little brother. Little brother's weapons ate a bit mor floppy unfortunately. They'll likely take a few hot water baths to fix.

 

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