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Mason Thornwarden (Bones 77090)

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Nothing special here, just a quick tabletop paintjob of Mason Thornwarden in Bones:

 

 

 

 

 

Edit: Ignore the giant pics here, if I delete them in this post they disappear from the other post :-p

 

 

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