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A small collection of minis past & present. Including Reaper Barbarian 02529, Monk 02950.

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These are gorgeous!

 

What a collection of classics -- and that marvelous swordfish warrior at the end, all Lewis Carolly.

 

I like how you handle fabric and drapery and capes.

 

And it's always great to see that classic old Partha frost giant. You painted him up beautifully.

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fantastic job!  my favorite is the fish, that is really a cool bit of work to keep the scales shiny.  they are all absolutely great though.

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Superb job on all!

 

My favorites are the Giant and the Swordfish ( one might wonder why he carries a sword since he naturally comes with one)

 

All are beautiful!

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Many thanks for all your kind comments!

 

I had a lot of fun painting all these minis, especially the frost giant, the monk & the swordfish fighter. I'm particularly proud of their skin, robes & head respectively.

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