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Noraland Fairy Princess Ballerina Infantry

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Tom Meier of Thunderbolt mountain sometimes has his children do design work for him. He's started a line of Theoland minis (including the infamous 'Slug-eat-your-face' and Ninja Cannon) and Noraland- whose primary infantry are the Fairy Princess Ballerinas you see here.
These minis are tiny, and their faces are so expressive.
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I really like how you painted them. And the basings are cool, too.

 

Only miss cool wings.

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Pure fairyland from top to base! Love the soft colours, the bases and the smooth paintjobs.

Very nice work on all the tiny faces!

Never seen these figures before, but they really look like an awesome and unique project! Would look great in a diorama I think.

Well done :-)

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