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I love those old figures, and you've painted this one so cleanly.  I am thinking she must be pretty tiny, and yet you've painted the stitches on the patches on her dress!

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I love those old figures, and you've painted this one so cleanly.  I am thinking she must be pretty tiny, and yet you've painted the stitches on the patches on her dress!

 

Thanks! I really had to psych myself up to paint those stitches, Iol!

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LOVELY! I had one like her a long time ago...I think they called the Tribe Gnolls though. She is, by any name, a BEAUTIFULLY painted creation; your colors are WONDERFULLY warm & appealing. VERY WELL DONE!

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LOVELY! I had one like her a long time ago...I think they called the Tribe Gnolls though. She is, by any name, a BEAUTIFULLY painted creation; your colors are WONDERFULLY warm & appealing. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Many thanks Malefactus!

 

You are correct, the tribe started off as Gnolls initially but I think that they got renamed as Goblins eventually. Have you seen her offspring? Ahem....(shameless plug!).

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Thanks for the link, The Old Guard. The Children are ADORABLE...I left a comment in their thread. VERY WELL DONE once more!

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