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03528: Dust Scorpions

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Well finally got these little fellows done.

 

They are speed painted (yes I am working on some minis other than speed painting) and I've only taken a photo of one. They are so small though that my available camera can barely take a picture of them!

 

So here is the 1 workable shot I managed and I'll see if I can get a better shot tomorrow night.

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