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3 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Very nice work; they're quite realistic looking.

 

I can smell them from here, that means I'm too close, doesn't it?

Thank you @Chaoswolf, I often go for a cartoony style when I pain minis, so this time around I went with a more realistic style. I'm glad you like them.

Yep, if you can smell them, you are in definitely danger. 😄

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5 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

Thanks @deathly halliwell, I really enjoy painting these "giant" ogres and I'm glad my work can be a source of inspiration.

Do you have pictures of the first one you painted?

I've not yet painted either one, unfortunately. He's primed and sitting in my "to be painted" drawer, I think I'll do both together when the second arrives. 🙂

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