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I wouldn't actually post this mini if it wasn't for the RP Challege. I started this at ReaperCon 2014 for Wappel's Shaded Basecoat class. I could never motivate myself to finish it. I finally slapped some more paint on it to call it done. I am happy to have it no longer in my to do pile.

 

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Need a better frontal picture. It is hard to see much, course it could be me just going blind. I like the shield.

 

Thanks!

 

The front could definitely use a better picture. I don't have a front light on my lightbox yet, so I use a flash light to help. The figures that lean forward don't end up with enough light on them though. So you're going blind!

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