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  1. This mini is based on a forum joke that occurred in the Randomness thread over the holidays, when someone playfully referred to forum member Guindyloo as "Little Guindyloo Who" (from The Grinch Who Stole Christmas)... If you're not familiar with her, Guindyloo has an Alien xenomorph for an avatar. I sculpted and painted it myself, and Guindyloo is receiving the mini as I post this. And now, without further ado, May I introduce to you... Little Guindyloo Who, who was no more than two... ...centimeters tall, that is. In fact this figure's only 15mm tall. And yes, she really is clutching a stuffed facehugger, lol... I'm actually shocked the painting came out as well as it did, since it's really the first time I've ever tried painting highly reflective surfaces (head shell and ornament)... The unpainted pics are up in the sculpting forum. (side note: that Groucho-Marx-moustache-looking dark spot in some of the pics is something caused by the lighting and not nearly that visible on the actual mini...) And a slightly higher angle...
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