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  1. So I normally don't post on show off unless I based them, too. Today I'm making an exception because of how dang cute they are. So. So.so. small.
  2. There's really nothing else I can say, but I really love this one.
  3. Hello you cross pollinations of Reaper Lovers and Star Wars addicts! So my wife is not a big fan of miniatures, but she does happen to like baby Yoda quite a lot, so when this came out, I knew I had to get it and paint him for her. When I pre-ordered it, I didn't realize it was going to be so small, he's really petite. I'm guessing maybe about 18-20 mm in height, it was also really nice because he's such a simple figure, it only took maybe four hours to paint. No weapons, pouches or Dingly Danglies, was very simple and the eyes were large enough to work nicely with them as well. I did his little jacket a little darker than it shows up in the show because I wanted some contrast between his cuffs and fluffy lamb skin fur about his head. So anyhow, a slightly belated merry Christmas to you all again!
  4. Painted this one for a friend who is obsessed with the Child from the Mandalorian. It’s a 3D print that I got from a shop on Etsy.
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