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The third of three Judges done today, it's Old Stoney Face himself, Judge Dredd!

 

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He's the Law, and you'd better believe it, creep!

I'm pretty happy with how he went, came out more or less exactly how I planned. To think I originally backed the JD kickstarter just for this figure, and ended up pledging $150+! Worth it, though.

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Received the ABC Warriors set. Robot Biker Gang, Robot Biker Gang and a couple of Pat Wagons to go, an then this Kickstarter can finally be put to bed

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I was in on the Judge Dredd KS as well.  Of the judges, so far, I've only painted Judge Giant because I just can't decide whether to paint the judges in blue or black!

 

Also, I don't have enough time but that's a completely separate issue.   :zombie:

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*** Littering? 10 years Creep!***

 

>>> But Judge I accidently dropped the can<<<

 

*** LAWGIVER!!! Explosive rounds!!!!***

 

>>> Gulp!<<<

 

Cool mini!

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Wow, this is a bit of threadomancy. Ugh, look how dark the photo is, I can't believe I thought that was a decent shot...

 

Received the ABC Warriors set. Robot Biker Gang, Robot Biker Gang and a couple of Pat Wagons to go, an then this Kickstarter can finally be put to bed

It's been an ordeal, that's for sure. Glad I hadn't gone all in with this KS; as it was I didn't end up getting the three Rogue Trooper minis, but I honestly couldn't be bothered trying to get them after the hassle of getting everything else. Would not back again.

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Wow, this is a bit of threadomancy. Ugh, look how dark the photo is, I can't believe I thought that was a decent shot...

 

Received the ABC Warriors set. Robot Biker Gang, Robot Biker Gang and a couple of Pat Wagons to go, an then this Kickstarter can finally be put to bed

It's been an ordeal, that's for sure. Glad I hadn't gone all in with this KS; as it was I didn't end up getting the three Rogue Trooper minis, but I honestly couldn't be bothered trying to get them after the hassle of getting everything else. Would not back again.

 

It turned out to be a very generous haul of minis. Mongoose must have spent a fortune on shipping given that they were sending sets out as they were completed.

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