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These are great, very cute and very well painted

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We want more.....

 

Lol! There are more goblins to come but they're currently unpainted. Some with balls, some with booze & some with boars! This last one I might do as a WIP........

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They reproduce??? We're in trouble now!!!

 

Superb job, that dress in particular and the skin is great.

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The Little Folk may just be EVEN COOLER than Mom, AND decidedly more ADORABLE. Your attention to detail on such small miniatures, brushwork, & LOVELY choice of colors are OUTSTANDINGVERY WELL DONE!

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