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Nice. I have her, and have her planned as Diana the Acrobat for my Dungeons and Dragons the Animated Series group.

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She's a sassy lass. She's beautifully painted!

 

I agree, she's got this sass to her, very cute figure which is why I had to get her a while back too.

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She's a sassy lass. She's beautifully painted!

 

I agree, she's got this sass to her, very cute figure which is why I had to get her a while back too.

 

Which is exactly why I decided on her for Diana. The outfit isn't quite right, but the attitude is.

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Cute! I like the smoothness of the green blending, the subtlety of the boots, and the crisp spear point. Anyone who can do that expressiveness with Hasslefree's in-scale eyes is darned impressive.

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Add me to the group wanting to paint this mini, I almost bought her a couple weeks ago when I made a small order to HF. Nice job as always!

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