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    My army is ready for Gen Con!!!




















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    cool army, they look great together. I like the tall grass and the strong colours. Some parts look a bit messy when seen as a individual model, but thats no big deal when it comes to army painting. Still the second model from the last looks really strange. I have a hard time make out the details because it looks a bit to messy. Also the colours are a bit of from the rest of the army. One problem is that you have so many different colours on him, I can understand if he looks better in real, but still I believe he is your weakest model.

    Anyway good job over al and I like the display table
    Keep the paint diluted and thin :)
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    Good work on making all the stuff and painting it. It takes a lot of dedication and work.

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    Its always great to complete an army, it gives you that buzz!

    Could I suggest next time when you make a display base, try using a layer of cork over the top, this way you can cut out slots for the bases so the models look like the are walking on the same level.

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    They are on foamcore, so I could cut out the slots for them. I did that on my last army, but I moslty did it for stability. It wasn't really that necessary though. I guess I didn't think it did a lot aesthetically.

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