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  1. here are my pics from my Wyrd Iron Painter round two entry ("Better off (Un)dead" theme). I called it "Fetch". It started off with just the canine remains and some miscellaneous bones and then I thought what if they were attached... and then of course I thought I have that skeletal dragon I original got for a terrain piece but couldn't bear to muck up to fit... voila, three dogs worrying at a really big bone pile was born lol and a close up of the dragon treasure hoard and all - I made it separate so that I can take him off the diorama and use him in games etc Also my not so subtle nod to the company with the 'gold ingot' made from a sprue, stamped with the company name. WIP thread: here
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