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Not doing anything fancy with these guys and likely they will wind up in a huge post with my whole army once I finish it, but for now they get their own Show-off

 

First my Dual Pistol Wielding Fire Dragon Hatchling

 

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I think he is absolutely adorable. I may go in ad make the eyes a darker color though

 

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Froggy challenged me to make an army of dragons that could take a the field in a sci-fi style battle. So far I have 3 minis of that painted. Only 2 finished. Wyrmgear still needs a base before he is done.

 

So I paired weapons up with dragons and soon there shall be more...

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