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  1. So here's what I've been working on.... well, off and on, for the past week or so. This is the Gnome Hoplite from Stonehaven Miniatures. I made him up to use as a gaming piece as most of the things I've done lately are quite large for our Munchkin board. When we use more than 1, we don't fit in the rooms together, so I figured I'd use this tiny gnome as a game piece. I got really lazy and didn't do any WIP's on him. Also, he's got a very simple basing. I also didn't paint his eyes to keep in tune with the concept art that they have on the website, plus you wouldn't see much of his eyes in that big helmet at any rate. I should also note that this dude is tiny! I may post a pic of him next to a "regular" mini later, just for size comparison. What brought this out to me, as I tend to work on one mini at a time, was how the paint looked on him while editing the photos. It looked like the pic was way zoomed in... which it is! LOL! I'm posting his pics on the Green/Gold backdrop as my wife says she says this makes the colors look much richer than the others. I'm going with her advice as women see more colors than men so... Here you go! Comments and suggestions are always welcome!