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post-11942-0-31859000-1364668551_thumb.jpgpost-11942-0-99388600-1364668354_thumb.jpgFor some reason, I paint very few dragon figures (even tho they are fantasy). My wife found this figure and loved it; so I painted it for her. It is her pride & joy.

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Love this Dragon, and I do miss Catdancer.

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