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Nicely done! That's a very unusual color scheme for the basing. It's kinda sorta giving off a desaturated fantasy game feel.

Really cool! :winkthumbs:

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11 minutes ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Nicely done! That's a very unusual color scheme for the basing. It's kinda sorta giving off a desaturated fantasy game feel.

Really cool! :winkthumbs:

 

Thanks.... not always intentional. My basing usually ends up colors of minis that I am working on while creating the one working the base on, some colors of the mini that I am working on to pull the two together, and then random greys/browns/olives to mute the whole thing. I think this one got some aqua and peacock green from my Cave Troll I was working on concurrently ::):

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