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  1. I finally got around to taking pictures of her. I present Kristina Karlstein (from a Kickstarter) She's a resin piece. I wanted to try out a color scheme that was pretty out there and see if I could pull it off. I'm happy with how it turned out! Used Reaper Spruce Green, with Reaper dark blues to do the shading/outlining. Used a gold metallic and a green metallic for the armor. 7185
  2. When the TGG 2 kickstarter came out i thought I would buy some of the existing pieces they did in resin and metal to see what I would like. The detail is phenomenal and i didn't do it justice with this paintjob but it is a really well done mini, but there are lots of little bits and crevices to ensure that you will be painting the same spot 4 times to cover all the primer. So again. Tabletop but fun and at least I have one painted...
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