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    • By Citrine
      Balazar, the gnome summoner (Reaper 89023) was fun to paint.  That mould line running down the side of his hat thing was not that visible when I painted him.  Oh well, another one done, yay!
       


    • By dks
      I've been on a painting tear since ReaperCon.  Here's one from last week. 
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      Bobby Jackson sculpted the character.  I like what he did with this delicate sculpt.
       

       
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      Enjoy,
      Derek
       
       
    • By dks
      I've been on a painting tear since ReaperCon.  Here's another, from last week. 
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      Wayne Reynolds painted the cover of the Adventure Path where Xanthir Vang appears: click for link.
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      Enjoy,
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    • By Citrine
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    • By Bonnie Bailey
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