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Who let the dogs out (of hell)?

Hi everyone.  Back again with some infernal pooches.

 

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These are the Hell hounds from the Bones 4 Fan Favorites Expansion.  They were fun and challenging.  All those glowing lava details were a pain.  I think I managed to get them to turn out alright though.  Also had fun with the lava bases.

 

More Photos of the Hell Hounds beneath the spoiler:

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I debated whether or not the make the sitting hound look like hardened stone, without the glow.  I've seen it done before and it's a neat look, but I don't tend to put minis on the table that are incognito.  If there's "dog-like statues" I'll describe them, and the minis come out once the jig is up.

 

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This one definitely had the most dynamic pose.  I might like him best.

 

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And the final pup just going for a stroll.

 

In all, I like these guys.  Their bases were a lot of fun and really pop from a lot of my other minis.  I'll be posting more of my infernal collection soon, but figured these were a great place to start.

 

Which Hound turned out best?

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