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77011: Fulumbar, Dwarf Warrior

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You did a FINE job with the Vertically Challenged One...the brushwork, particularly the beard/hair & skin tones, is OUTSTANDING. WELL DONE!

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Thanks guys!

 

the Vertically Challenged One...

LOL, this sounds so much nicer than "stunty" or "runty", I like it! ::):

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