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Thanks for your comments! Since this one doesn't wear an armor, I thought it would be fun to paint something on his back to break the monochrome skin color. I'm glad you like the scrap metal shield and the toad skin, these small guys are inspiring.

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I think this is the last of your goblin horde that I have left to critique...it's really been a pleasure checking these guys out. As always, I'm impressed with the skin tone. The rusty shield is great, as well (only a goblin would show such disdain for his own gear).

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