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I followed your WIP.

 

They turned out great! Very cool to see how these classic minis get some love.

 

The Toad is very lifelike.

I love the fish shield on the Sea elf

The Gnoll and Bugbear look very natural too.

 

The sorcerer is amazing

Great Skeleton.

 

Oh well...I love them all!!!

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I followed your WIP.

 

They turned out great! Very cool to see how these classic minis get some love.

 

The Toad is very lifelike.

I love the fish shield on the Sea elf

The Gnoll and Bugbear look very natural too.

 

The sorcerer is amazing

Great Skeleton.

 

Oh well...I love them all!!!

 

Many thanks Herman! I wanted the fish image on the shield to be more swirly & organic but there just wasn't enough room - I'm happy with it though.

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Wow everything looks really good. I really like the adventurer in blue, incredibly detailed paint job. Also like what you did with the cultist/cleric adventurer. Even the chest has incredible highlights. That toad looks incredibly realistic.

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You did a great job!  Talk about classic and cool.  I'll have to keep an eye out for these classics - somehow.

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