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3 hours ago, Bathory said:

I painted the sky clad ghoul last night lol. I can’t post her her since she has boobs. 

As usual super great sculpt. 

That's what external image hosting is for!! :)

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Wasn't she grave-clad or something?  :zombie: She was unique enough that I picked one up as well, though who knows when I'll get around to painting her.

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there 'are' a handful that were forced to wait for some remoulds as that last batch of resin wasn't complete as some moulds broke and needed replacing (Off the top of my head, one of the leopards definitely went, the annoying one to mould/cast with the curly tail) so some were delayed fiuther. I think there's a couple that had an issue with something extra ordered from the HF site etc. Just random stuff that makes you one of the unluckiest few.

 

Nooo hahahaha noooooooooo that's me on both of those. ::P:

 

I had my original order (including a leopard), a second order in November (chose to add to my KS shipment), and a third order 3 months ago (separate, from the store).

 

At least it will be a big box of happy if all 3 sets arrive together.

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18 hours ago, Morihalda said:

 

Nooo hahahaha noooooooooo that's me on both of those. ::P:

 

I had my original order (including a leopard), a second order in November (chose to add to my KS shipment), and a third order 3 months ago (separate, from the store).

 

At least it will be a big box of happy if all 3 sets arrive together.

Yep, me too! Not the third order, though...but when he starts catching up to Kev's backlog when the KS finally finishes out...hooboy.

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The candy was good, so yeah, it was worth the wait.

I was only home for a quick visit, to pick up clean underwear, a tablesaw and a few other ods and ends, so barely had time to open the package and snag the candy.

Inventorying the minis and oogling them will have to wait until the weekend, at least.

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Are the metal versions out in retail yet?

 

Looking for Winter Katarina but I really don't need her if she still isn't out in metal.

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