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I've seen them in real life. They are minuscule!

 

A lovely job.

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1 hour ago, Pingo said:

I've seen them in real life. They are minuscule!

 

A lovely job.

Yup, I bought some of their children and am wondering if I have the patience to paint these little minis to half the quality achieved here. 

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They look very tiny indeed, but they are beautifully painted. You did a great job on the faces!

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On 3/21/2018 at 11:16 AM, alchemist said:

Hasslefree Children - isn't that a contradiction in terms?

Yes, it is.:lol:

 

Very good work on painting them, though. I've got these figures, so I know how small they are.

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I gave you a "haha" for the opening statement... very funny,  brings back fond reminiscence of my spawn.

Great work, gnomes and goblins make my brain hurt... those... ugh

Good paintin

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Very cute! You painted them up nicely. I have painted the Hasslefree Jedi children so I know how tiny they are.

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