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Bronze Age Miniatures Death Dealer

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Cool!

 

Very menacing!

 

**** And now I'm gonna listen to Molly Hatchet!****

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Very cool! Did you create the base or was it included?

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1 hour ago, 72moonglum said:

Very cool! Did you create the base or was it included?

 

The base is included - the miniature is not attached so you can use it or not of course. I did add the skull and bones to to it though.

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You pulled it off very nicely! I am up against some black dresses on chibi lady vampires and I am hating it too.. 

 

Sigh.. Since there's no avoiding it, I'd better get better at painting black.. 

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Excellent work!

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Great job!

 

RAGE ON!!! :wow:

 

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Very nice! I'm Buying this mini. It'll make a nice Death Knight on a Nightmare.

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awesome this has always been one of my favorite Frazetta paintings (I know along with everyone that has ever seen it). I think you captured the true spirit of the death dealer. great job!

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Thanks for all the kind words - I think this is probably my favorite among my recent works so nice to see it well-received by others!  

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8 hours ago, Mordarby said:

Very nice! I'm Buying this mini. It'll make a nice Death Knight on a Nightmare.

 

There are several others on foot too - all done from Frazetta paintings or sketches.

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