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Presenting Vito Vendetta, the undead Halfling mobster from Micro Art Studios Wolsung.

 

Painted him purely to try out my new rust paints on his chains, probably should've chosen something simpler for a first attempt, but I think they turned out pretty good, as has the mini overall.

 

As always, any comments or criticisms are greatly appreciated.

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Undead..Halfling ..Mobster.. WOW.. who could have thought of such a thing?

 

You did him justice. Great job!!

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