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14510 Daughter of Sekhmet

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Army paint job, one of the soldiers in my Nefsokar faction army. Now I need to do about 7 more of them. :mellow:

 

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No, you should be short a few... Since I have to fight them.... ;)

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7 more? I hope you're better than me in batch painting, it would take ages for me to finish 7 similar/same minis ::):

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