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Thank you everyone!

 

This was one of the first minis I bought when I started the hobby up back in October. I've a special affection for old school AD&D monsters, and 'mind flayer' was one of the first things I asked about when I found my FLHS.

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Nice color scheme, I also like the details you did on the mid section of this clothes... if it was a Female mindflayer*, I might even say her Bodice. The contrast is good, and the base is nice and helps set off the fig. Nice job!

 

 

 

*Is there even such a thing as female mind flayers?! I shudder to think it so....

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