First Look: These figures don't have anything in the way of accessories, but they do have an interesting mane of hair, a dynamic pose, and an irate look on their faces. When I first saw the card art, I thought it was a little odd that the pigs would have the green stripe down their back. However, it's grown on me and while I don't think you could get away with calling it "camouflage", it does help differentiate the Truffle Pigs from "just another wild pig". The charging stance they have gives a good impression of the pig charging at the heroes.
Painting: The focus of the figure is really the mane of hair running along the spine, which has a dark brown base with a medium green crest. Dark brown was also used on the hooves, as well as the tips of the ears and tail. The body is a medium brown, with some brown shading for details and shadows. The horns and eyes are a warm off-white, and the snout and ears are a slightly muted pink.
Conclusion: I focused on not overusing washes for shading on these figures, as I'm trying for a "cleaner" look similar to the art. The other goal was to not spend too much time on these figures, and I think I achieved both of these objectives. If anything, I might go back and add a little bit of shading to the body, but I like how the figures turned out and they're ready for the tabletop.
I'm closing in on the last few figures of the Emerald Valley Warband, and I think it might be time to tackle the hero next!