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I absolutely love their diTerlizzi line. So much personality. This is the first one I've painted so far, but I plan on getting some more done soon.

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Fantastic painting! Man, I knew Dark Sword made amazing minis, but I haven't seen anything like this from them. So cool.

I fear of checking their Diterlizzi section as it will most likely hurt my wallet severely.

(I have 'a few' of their Critter kingdom, Visions in Fantasy and Elmore Masterworks, though. )


I like the skin colour, really. Much better than that silly green stuff everyone insists on.

(Never heard that Goblins photosynthesize, anyways, so... )


The helmet looks almost as if it was cast iron.


And yeah, if you can't stop and smell the flowers once in a while, its not much of a life is it?

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