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Very cool! I dig those stripes, and great color choices!

 

Is one of those available outside a giant box set?

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54 minutes ago, Sanael said:

Very cool! I dig those stripes, and great color choices!

 

Is one of those available outside a giant box set?

 

Good question. This one is from a big board game, I think they are part of seperate releases though... hmmm. There is a set of 5 or 6 on their site?

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If people are not familiar with this mini - it is pretty tiny. That makes this paint job all the more impressive. The color choice makes me want to use that scheme on some of mine. Really well done!

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Nicely done!!

 

Also great for me cause I think I may have found my small to  medium size griffon that I need for a statue. ::): 

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