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Lich Lord Venethrax

Lich Lord Venethrax.
Fantastic model that was extremely fun to paint. The base will be a marsh style base with lichen and water effects but will come later as I tend to do bases all at once.


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Date: Thu November 25, 2010
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Love the green glowing effect.
#1 Thu November 25, 2010 3:58pm

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