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They look like the nasty little boggarts they are...well done! As far as eyes, try painting the eyes first , I use red with a black stripe in the middle, then paint the face around them.

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1 hour ago, Corsair said:

They look like the nasty little boggarts they are...well done! As far as eyes, try painting the eyes first , I use red with a black stripe in the middle, then paint the face around them.

Thanks, Corsair! I'll have to try that eye trick on my next project!

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Great job!  These are my favorite goblin minis.  The are always the troublemakers and rabble rousers in my games keep it up!

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8 hours ago, Kangaroorex said:

Great job!  These are my favorite goblin minis.  The are always the troublemakers and rabble rousers in my games keep it up!

Mine too! Thanks a million!

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