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  1. I've had to move house recently, so organizing and maintaining stuff has been taking up a lot of my painting time, but I *did* paint these two up in about 3 hours on St. Patrick's day. Hopefully, as the first minis painted in the new place, they will be auspicious and bring good fortune! NEVER CROSS THE FAIR FOLK Leprechauns are popularly portrayed as wearing the green, but some of the older tales go out of the way to mention their bright red coats. Tincup adheres to the old ways. Finn is enjoying a drop of good stuff; Tweed seems to have indulged already. Slainte, all, and good fortune to you! Hope to be posting more regularly now!
  2. Yes, where are they? Reaper makes plenty of halflings, gnomes and dwarves, but seems averse to representing the most mischievous of all the little people. One wee man on an owl and a three pack o' folk. That's it. Is this some sinister prejudice? As a Franco-Irish-Scot-English-Welsh Canadian, a sixth of me is deeply, deeply offended.
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