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  1. This is the second time I've painted her (the first was gifted out to a coworker). After I finished her I realized the Maxwell House color scheme of orange and blue fit the Chicago Bears as well.
  2. Logrim was the first of the Coffee Dwarves of Agamenthar to see completion. Largely because he didn't have much skin showing. His rainment, like the rest of the Dwarves is in the traditional colors of Mawell House. His pose also speaks of one who is highly caffeinated and ready to slice Monday off at the kneecaps.
  3. Harsk was a bit more difficult than I expected due to the fact I couldn't quite tell in some areas where the cloth ended and armor began. (I also thought the post holding his leg up was some kind of peg leg, and I almost kept it as such.)
  4. Dain was easier to paint than I expected, so acted as a counter balance to Harsk. One thing I like about the Reaper Dwarves is the addition of packs and bedrolls.
  5. I was tempted to remove his sword and replace it with a dollhouse coffee mug, but I've only got one of those left and I'm saving it to make molds from. Also it's a very nice sword. The flesh wash puddled a bit more than I was expecting, but I decided to leave it as combined with the grey beard, it adds to the grizzled veteran look.