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Both pieces are BEAUTIFUL, but the Big Cat is WONDERFULLY imaginative as well. VERY WELL DONE!

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23 hours ago, Bustedknee said:

The cosmic kitty is awesome.  My daughter glanced over, saw it and declared it the greatest mini ever.  well done.

Lol, my daughter was over my shoulder the whole time I was painting guen. Fascinated.

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Oh my wird.. This is one of those rare moments when skill is combined with imaginative & creative thinking and magic happens as a result! 


I applaud loudly! 

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On 9/13/2017 at 3:04 PM, Blinken said:

Gale Force is still releasing figures in the Collector's series: http://www.gf9-dnd.com/miniatures.aspx 

But that Drizzt set is hard to find now!

At Gen Con they had a Minsc and Boo figure: 





Cool thanks, it was a while since they posted anything after those giants. I had just looked before I posted Drizzt and Guen




On 9/14/2017 at 6:50 AM, VolksFest said:

Oh my wird.. This is one of those rare moments when skill is combined with imaginative & creative thinking and magic happens as a result! 


I applaud loudly! 




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