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Very nice set.  I really like the facial impression of the first one!

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I love the colors on the blacksmith! And the yeti-like one. I wouldn't have thought to do his fur in a light color but it really makes him pop!

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Thanks I can't seem to get on with Army Painter paint apart from the Metallics so these are mainly Vallejo. I will base the smaller ones on coins as will use for Frostgrave. 

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