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5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

All of your gnolls look great, this one is no exception, another great job!

I would also like to compliment you on the basing.

Looking forward to see the whole horde.

 

 

I'll second this.

 

The sculpt, on the other hand... my arm hurts just thinking of trying to match that left arm's position...

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Gnolls are another type of Mythical Beasty that I have yet to paint. NOW I suddenly have a need to paint a few. 

Your Fearless-if Skinny Gnoll Leader like his Minions is a WONDROUSLY painted & based creation. VERY WELL DONE

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Thanks for sharing your opinions and your kind comments everyone.

 

18 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

All of your gnolls look great, this one is no exception, another great job!

I would also like to compliment you on the basing.

Looking forward to see the whole horde.

 

 

Thanks @Glitterwolf, I'm glad you appreciate my effort basing the beasties. They are simple and will, hopefully, work well on the display base I intend to build.

 

13 hours ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

I'll second this.

 

The sculpt, on the other hand... my arm hurts just thinking of trying to match that left arm's position...

The pause of its left arm may look strange, it's because I glued it at the opposite angle. If you compare with the Online Store picture below, you'll see what I mean. So, now it looks like it is doing the shoot dance.

 

10 hours ago, Adrift said:

I think your paint job is too good for the sculpt. Your paint is awesome, the sculpt not so much. 

If I'm not mistaking, this model was first released in back in 2003. The manufacturing techniques have changed a lot in 17 years. Knowing this model was sculpted by hand, personally, I have to say I like it a lot. I painted many Ben Siens models; orcs, troll, lycanthropes, bugbear and hell hound, I always had a lot of fun. This one stands out being so tall and the head is awesome.

 

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