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won a bunch of Celtos minis a few months back and finally got around to basing them. I really like this sculpt, unfortunately, the mold slipped, and unfortunately it is only really noticeable on the face and top of her hair

 

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the mold slipped, and unfortunately it is only really noticeable on the face and top of her hair

 

barbarian lady, in Picasso style :;):

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