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All your efforts were well worthwhile; i.e., her face is LOVELY & WONDERFULLY expressive..she is not amused. VERY WELL DONE!

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Great job on an old mini. Love the tights, so eighties! I've painted about a dozen miniatures from this Grenadier line and they are not easy to paint. They almost require a painting style of their own to look good. Miniature production has come a long way since the late seventies.

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This is a beautiful figure and you did a very nice job on her! I love the bright yellow and how you gave her leggings. I've always thought this figure's face reminds me of Cleopatra in the Asterix series. I don't know if anybody else sees the likeness?

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This is a beautiful figure and you did a very nice job on her! I love the bright yellow and how you gave her leggings. I've always thought this figure's face reminds me of Cleopatra in the Asterix series. I don't know if anybody else sees the likeness?

But what a nose, eh?

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Cleo was definitely my first thought!

 

Wonderful work on the eyes. Really nice figure.

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