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Such a fabulous execution of a rather difficult concept to convey.  This is masterful, whimsical and done in such a lovely style.  I only lament that I have to compete against it over at WAMP.  Thanks for doing a WIP of it here.

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I really haven't looked too much into the other miniature figures out there, but seeing this epic piece I really want that ranger now.

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Such a fabulous execution of a rather difficult concept to convey.  This is masterful, whimsical and done in such a lovely style.  I only lament that I have to compete against it over at WAMP.  Thanks for doing a WIP of it here.

this. Said better than I could

 

edit: except the competing against part. I'm not competing against this.

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Totally agree with you Tim. There is no way I'd try competing against this piece, it's a foregone conclusion that I'd lose badly  :upside:

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Wow. Excellent work on this.

It appears to almost have a metallic feel to the whole thing. A very interesting piece.

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