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Thanks for your comments,

 

I had the exact same thought regarding the appearance of the giant. The left head really looks like the typical neanderthal representation we see in history books, primitive and brutal.

 

As for the skin, I picked grey after reading the ettin description in the D&D Monster Manual; an ettin never bathes if it can help it, which usually leaves it so grimy and dirty its skin resembles thick, gray hide.

 

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10 hours ago, Iridil said:

I really like the grey skintone and the base - well done!

I was going to comment on the skin, too. after reading your reply to Iridil, I'd say you nailed it!:winkthumbs:

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