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    • By aku-chan
      Presenting the Chubby Lamplighter, along with his friends Skinny Lamplighter and Lady Lamplighter (who I haven't painted yet), who are part of the Jedza set from the game Malifaux by Wyrd Games.
       
      Despite loving Malifaux figures I stopped buying them because they just look so awful when I paint them up, but after seeing this set being unboxed on Youtube I had to pick them up.
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      As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
    • By Citrine
      This is the last mini finished in December 2020, mini number 79 of the year.  I hit 97 mini if I count large minis as 2 each.  Not too shabby, my goal was to finish 50.
       
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    • By Dan d'Lyon
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    • By Prex
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      It was in fine shape except for the broken / missing handle and pommel for the sword, so I started with a repair job - pin it to win it. 
       


       



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    • By Citrine
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