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He’s lovely. That’s a great evocation of melting tundra, reflected neatly in his spring-green tunic and the low glow of the sun.

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55 minutes ago, Pingo said:

He’s lovely. That’s a great evocation of melting tundra, reflected neatly in his spring-green tunic and the low glow of the sun.

 

Thank you.  That's how I was hoping he'd come across.

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Fantastic NMM!  I also really like the weathering on the margins of the wood on the shield.  Nice touch.

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