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After all the fun I had with The Elf Ranger; I now go back to the Tom Meirer 25mm miniatures.

I prefer to alternate between styles and sculptors; since it keeps me growing, and on my toes.

With the coming Christmas Holiday and the craziness associated with that I want to hold off on

an especially challenging DSW miniature I want to paint.  Sir Gawayne will be a nice segue into the

next one I take on.  So, I just glued him together, and attached him to his base.  He has yet to be primed;

as I am STILL removing the (Expletive Deleted) Mold Lines.  Just saw another one when I took the photos.

 

Here is Sir Gawayne on Horse:

 

 

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dont forget the mold line around the base as well as the one on his helmet.

And the one on the left hoof, and hock !

Its funny also, they took down the ridge on the back of the horse..(thats the one that they could have left on there, since the horse is caparisoned !

ROFL.

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Another awesome sculpt!  Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.

 

And I really hope at the end of the year you take a group shot of everything you've done this year.  Should be impressive!

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Another awesome sculpt!  Looking forward to seeing what you do with it.

 

And I really hope at the end of the year you take a group shot of everything you've done this year.  Should be impressive!

That is a magnificent Idea.  I can't image how I would pull it off,

but I'll have to look at that idea after Christmas !

Thanks Jasper !

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Oh.. While I am setting things up for this mini I needed to add a photo of the shot glass frame I picked up for the miniatures

I wish to display.  It holds 28 individuals that are 2" X 2" by 3.5" tall. 

Would be terrific for standard mini's.

I have doubled up my standing 25mm's.

 

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That is a really cool display case!

If you do a search I think you can find it online, or in stores:

studio décor® shot glass display case
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I dont see the frogs in there.... They deserve to be on the top shelf.. after all they are royalty!  :upside:

That was the test run photo.

I WILL have their Ribbitnesses up on the top shelf...LOL.

Thanks for the Reminder !

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Jay, that display case if fantastic and your figures look great in it. And you definitely do need to put the frogs in there.

ANNE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So glad that you dropped bye.. Glad you like the frame, I bought a second one today, and have repositioned the mini's in there.

Hope you are wonderful !

Here is the frame re-adjusted.

 

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