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On 7/15/2017 at 2:33 AM, Lovejoy said:

::D:

 

They're early medieval talismans, parchment strips with protective spells written on them. Purity seals were taken from that same general idea, so they look similar. I'd like to say ours are historically accurate, but I'm not sure ravens ever actually used them... :poke:

 

The three freebie pieces are all revealed now, and there's another bit of sculpting step-by-step stuff for the Shrew Knight here:

 

Project Update Link

 

Here's pics of the freebies:

 

ff-northymbran-penny.jpg

 

ff-mouse-monk.jpg

 

ff-shrew-knight.jpg

 

cheers
Michael

Argh! That knight! :throws self off cliff:

 

The cliff being a couch.

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