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Clay Grunt

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13/12?
You think I would forget about this guy? I had him planned the whole time. Anyway this is the grunt/henchman from the Madness Combat series, and if you know the game well, a secret character in Newgrounds Rumble. He is roughly the same size as Hank but slightly 'thinner' do to not having as much stuff on him. The cross on his face is obviously clay. I was thinking whether I should mold it on or carve it in. Either way it still would have been messy. Not much else to really say about this one, I thought I should just get him over with, this is also the last character in the NGR clay series (But more characters will probably come.)

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waaaw

amazing work keep it going

PikaRobo responds:

Thanks, I will.

That is EPIC!!!

This was so cool I attempted to make one but it didnt work out as well. Great job though! Keep up the good work!

PikaRobo responds:

Thanks, just keep trying.

Wow

How u Do This ???
Is Really Really AWSOME

PikaRobo responds:

Thanks, I try the best I could.

Cool!

Dude how much you want for it!

PikaRobo responds:

Not for sale!

so efin cool

that is the best clay madness dude ever!!!!!

PikaRobo responds:

Even over Hank? who has 8 times the amount of work? :|

J/K, I'm glad you like him. If you think he's cool (the most generic character of the series) there is always a possibility more will come. (Madness Day???)

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