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These guys are great.  The basing is very dynamic, your color scheme really pops, and I love the runes on the shields.  Excellent.

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OUTSTANDING! I really love group portraits. The Feral Fuzzy Fellows are WONDERFUL  creations, BEAUTIFULLY painted AND based. VERY WELL DONE!

I have, thus far, never painted a Bugbear. They really are appealing miniatures.

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Thanks for your comments everyone. These Bugbear were a lot of fun to paint, I'm happy you like them.

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This unit is so cool! I like the orange skin tone, it sell the beasty effect, and the limited palette make the unit cohesive. Good job!

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Wow! They look incredible. Being completely new to painting mini’s, these pics just got book marked for future reference. Thank you :)

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