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  1. Continuing on my quest to paint (some of) my bones dragons this year, here is a wee little beastie my players will be facing this weekend: We're ready for your photo-shoot. Smile for the camera, please Mr Kelizar! And turn... Looking good, Mr Kelizar, sir... Now flex your wings for our readers..... Yea,Baby! I added a bit more rocky outcropping to the existing base when I put him on the 3 inch round base. The most aquiline dragon I had in my Bonesium collection was the Shadow Dragon, so he got picked for duty here. To make the mini match a little closer to he official artwork, I added a bit of fin to the end of his tail. I also made another discovery: I really didn't like working with Milliput to make the base. It's just so messy. I much preferred working with the greenstuff for the tail fin. At least the Milliput was cheap.
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