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WOW... Terrific job... and the base really gives the Dragon a nice foil with its hoard !

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Thank you for the wonderful words of encouragement! Once I got down to painting, I had a lot of fun. The hoard was messy and lots of fun to make!

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The dragon looks wonderful, but it's that base that keeps drawing my eyes.

 

Which sounds like how it works in fantasy games too, come to think of it ...

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Lovely paint job!

 

~wipes a happy tear when people still find my tutorial useful and do cool stuff like this because of it

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