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Buckyball's Monthy Mithril Miniature for Feb

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I didn't think to start posting these here until now. But this was the Mithril miniature I painted for February. It is called Tom Bombadil and the Badgers.

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Old Tom Bombadil is a merry fellow; bright blue his jacket is, and his boots are yellow.

 

    buckyball

 

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