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Darius Glenwell

Brom The Wanderer from Scale 75

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Never could get decent lava myself. Nice! The lava coming off the piece is a nice touch too

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Your work on the armor (the pauldron specifically) is fantastic.  Great execution overall, I assume your client is thrilled.

Thanks so much! Yes, he was thrilled to see the photos. This figure, along with three others from Reaper, will be arriving at his home by Tuesday. :D 

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