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It's Elemental, My Dear Gourls; 77311, 77185, 77082 (really pic heavy)

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I painted a few of these awhile ago - the fire elemental and the water elemetals. The earth elementals I painted up this past week for my Friday game. Sorry about the insane number of pictures..











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Excellent job!  I also love the fire elemental.  Very out of the box and it looks amazing.  I might have to try one with... GREEN FLAME! (not sure anyone will get that reference, but oh well)

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These look really awesome! I love the purple fire elemental but I think that the water elementals are my favourites - they turned out looking very realistically wave-like.

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