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77400 Durgam Deepmug, Dwarf Hero

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I was tempted to remove his sword and replace it with a dollhouse coffee mug, but I've only got one of those left and I'm saving it to make molds from. Also it's a very nice sword. DurgamF.JPG.2749bfae330e3093afc5121f7e269276.JPG

The flesh wash puddled a bit more than I was expecting, but I decided to leave it as combined with the grey beard, it adds to the grizzled veteran look.DurgamB.JPG.b2a8c4e83e58991bab6b3b9a7b0147d0.JPG

 

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