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WOTC Chainmail Crested FellDrake

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This cute little fella is a Crested Felldrake made by WoTc for their Chainmail line of figures. I painted him up during the paint binge.

 

You can't tell from the pictures (and I took a ton trying to get some decent ones) but his eyes are painted.

 

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C&C is welcome.

 

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He's cool, I like what you did with the base. He could use more contrast though, higher highlights would make a big difference. :D

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Which one of the Chainmail factions was she part of?

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