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These sculpts were so exquisite I looked up Thunderbolt Mountain and ordered some. But I couldn't find the Wood Elf Lady in Traveling Clothes. Where did you find it?

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These sculpts were so exquisite I looked up Thunderbolt Mountain and ordered some. But I couldn't find the Wood Elf Lady in Traveling Clothes. Where did you find it?

Enter "elf" in the search bar. There seem to be a few models that don't show up normally. You can probably email thunderbolt mountain too if you only want the foot version (she comes mounted too).

 

The wood elf champion is another really cool mini you may want to check out that doesn't show up unless you search.

 

This is probably easier:

 

http://www.thunderboltmountain.com/products/8044-wood-elf-noble-lady-in-traveling-clothes

 

PS, when you paint her, don't forget the weird little piece under her right armpit like I did! :blush:

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Thank you. The miniatures are lovely, but the website is a little counterintuitive.

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I want that for my subject for Wren's sheer fabric class next year!

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I want that for my subject for Wren's sheer fabric class next year!

This one may be good for that too, some deeper wrinkles in the fabric.

 

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I want that for my subject for Wren's sheer fabric class next year!

This one may be good for that too, some deeper wrinkles in the fabric.

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Ooh, that's the "elf commoner," isn't it?

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I want that for my subject for Wren's sheer fabric class next year!

This one may be good for that too, some deeper wrinkles in the fabric.attachicon.gifimage.jpg

Ooh, that's the "elf commoner," isn't it?

Yup

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