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Gellerpox Glitchling by GW

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A free mini given to me by a friend who didn't like it. The mushrooms are my attempt at making something with greenstuff.

 

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6 hours ago, Cicciopiu said:

How did your friend don't like him? This fellow is supercool! 

He thought it would be the same size as a Marine. I think he thought it was some new kind of Plaguebearer. Also, to quote him, "I suck at painting small figures".

 

 

1 hour ago, Iridil said:

Very quirky mini - those mushrooms really add to his character - great touch.

Thanks! I had fun making them to the extent that I have a piece of cork coaster that looks like it's sprouted multicoloured mushrooms :-)

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