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Santa Klawz (GW+Reaper Diorama)

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Lot of detail I too would like to see some close ups ;)

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I realized that I owed ChaosWolf a close-up of Santa Klawz, so here we go:

 

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Also, Pingo, those are coals on the plate.  It's a brazier for heating up the iron.  The wall comes from a torture chamber set.

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