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Here's a mini that I painted up for Gencon this year.
It was sort of a last minute entry- I had a little bit of time after finishing my main entries, and I had been wanting to paint up Cross and his relic for the 'machines of war' category. Last year, I thought there wasn't enough awesomeness represented in the category. This year, there was plenty of awesomeness to go around. Cross got a 4th place ribbon.
Anyway, here he is:
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This one caught my eye at Gencon it was very pretty. The pictures show some of its beauty, but like most minis looked better in person.

I really like your color selection and weathering on this piece. I especially like how the mace turned out. Wonderful!

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