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In memory of Amalor Myrnnyx

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The white flowers are Army Painters Meadow Flowers, the purple ones are JTT Scenery Products Flower Plants Item no. 95505.

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The white flowers are Army Painters Meadow Flowers, the purple ones are JTT Scenery Products Flower Plants Item no. 95505.

Thanks for the info they really set the model off.

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Ha, I thought I recognized the white flowers but the purple ones threw me of. ::D:

 

Beautifully done, Citrine. He is greatly missed.

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A beautiful piece.

 

He will be missed for his lovely works of art.

 

I did not know him, but I loved looking at his Minis.

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She is a LOVELY creation WONDERFULLY painted & based. Your color selection is very in keeping with the character of the miniature. VERY WELL DONE!

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Wonderfully painted.  Great work, Citrine! 

 

Amalor would be happy for such a mini to be painted in his honor.

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