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Warden of the Wasted West (01524: ReaperCon Sophie 2014)

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She looks great. I especially love the leather on the hat and boots. The barbed wire on the base is also a nice touch.

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Wow! This mini turned out to be one of the best that I have seen.. Your attention to detail and patience to match works wonders when coupled with your brush control and sense of art...

 

I can not praise it enough. This is a masterpiece!

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Jawdropping good!

 

And I love that base.

 

I'm also very happy she gave up hunting (were)wolves! Poor creatures...

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Wow, she's absolutely beautiful. The wings, the hat, the chrome,  the pale skin tone and clothes, the base... I like everything about it.

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Looks great as always Ian.  Now, I want to challenge you.  Your next piece--I want grimy, weathered, rusty.  I want used armor.  I want to see dirt, saliva, tears, blood.

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