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D&D Painted Figures (Dwarf Fighter, Half-Orc Monk, and Halfling Rogue)

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Fun looking minis. Well done!

I think the dwarf's my favourite. Your colour scheme for him is one I've used with some of my own dwarven minis.

I do quite like the halfling too though, and your idea to put him on a rooftop is Grrreat! ::):

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