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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Squig Hoppers on CD

I've painted up a unit of Night Goblin Squig Hoppers, which turned out pretty good I think. These hopping balls of teeth are some of the best-looking models released in the O&G range, and can actually be quite useful in battle too. They move randomly, are immune to panic (they can't stop!) and bite twice with high strength when in combat. As long as they get the charge off (instead of getting charged) they can defeat a lot of opponents.

They've been painted in a similar paint scheme to my earlier Night Goblins, although I took the liberty to vary the colors on the squigs to create a break from the purple and red. The circular movement tray is actually an old CD.

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