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  1. I put off buying this model for awhile since I planned on her representing an important character in my weekly D&D campaign and wanted to wait until I could do her justice. She's one half of a pair: I will also be working on her squire in matching colors. In my game world, she is Fiorela Alierin, a distant cousin to the kingdom's queen and a legendary hero. She currently serves as Knight Captain of the Queensguard, and you can feel free to read about her on Page 2 of my Work-in-Progress Factions document for the game: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JTx1z9sFbKc9HnE0HRnmT0cg6skvXLR6x3j0-wZZmfo/edit?usp=sharing My apologies for some shine in the photos. I had just sealed her with dullcote and left her at my LGS on display just before it closed. I didn't notice the wet spots until after I took the pictures (of course). This was my first real go at NMM, and so far I'm happy with it. Still need to work blending, but her sword was thin enough that this one was fairly easy to work out.
  2. We like to use minis even when playing the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game rather than cards as our tokens, so I went ahead and got the metal versions of the minis for S&S that we aren't getting in Bonesium for Bones II. Fun to paint, even if Pathfinder minis are always about finding some buckle, strap, knick-knack or other that you missed. Lirianne has a bit of a head-size issue that has been previously well documented, but I'm definitely not able to sculpt a fix myself (still working on sculpting, but slowly, a face is way out of my league). Thanks for looking!
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