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    • By odinsgrandson
      Here is a cool little diorama I got to do for a client.  Most of the time, religious art in miniatures is more akin to painting a Menoth force, so this is a bit of a departure.  The three figures are from Thunderbolt Mountain- sculpted by the fantastic Tom Meier.  I completely endorse grabbing stuff from Thunderbolt Mountain- the faces he sculpts are amazing.
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      I posted them up to Coolmini for anyone who cares to see more angles.
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      Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, Io Saturnalia and have a good whatever holiday you care to celebrate.
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