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Graveyard Expansion: Golem, Pumpkin Minions and Crypt (Plus full game board)

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"Freeking awesome, man! Where did you get that tattoo?"

"Know that stonemason over there? He made it! Makes me so happy!"

 

 

Great work. Really love the composition of colors!

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Yea, I'm pretty happy with the Golem, Every mini I paint recently, I've picked a metal piece to do NMM. This is the first one I haven't just painted over. Its real bad, but getting better.

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