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Two of my favourites Reaper Dwarfs. Thorgram and Hagar

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2 hours ago, paintybeard said:

It's always a pleasure seeing well-painted figures like this!

Ditto, was going to say the same but paintybeard stole my thunder!

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Superb work again!

 

I love the blue NMM on nr. 2 and the face on nr. 1 is stunning.

But the winner is the bird, this tiny predator looks great!

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Fantastic work! I especially like your work on the gemstones.

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