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WOC40048, Orc Warrior

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He is an impressive looking Orc Warrior. The black leather armor & the woodwork of his shield are particularly striking; a BEAUTIFULLY  painted creation. VERY WELL DONE!

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Beautiful job!  Great skin tones, leather and wood.  Clean painting!  I always look forward to seeing your work.

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Thanks for your comments. I bought this model a long time ago, our next DnD session was the perfect opportunity to lay some color on it. I took new approaches to paint it and I'm very happy how it turned out. I glazed purple and dark red on his leather armor, painted tattoo on his arms and painted the blade to make it look like cold steel.

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I always really liked the Chainmail Minis. I have an orc shaman around here somewhere. Your paint job on this guy really makes me want to sling some paint on it. 

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