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Stonehaven halforc bard and fighter

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Wonderful color selection.

Kinda makes me think of "Goths" in one sense.

Love your skill, and application.

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I loved watching these come together; great job with both of them!!!  ::):

Thanks very much! As I've mentioned before the WIP is a great way to stay motivated. I've still got two more in the WIP that I'm working on.

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I think I've said it before, I love your painting style. Bright and bold colour choices. 

Not sure if I've used those words myself, but that been my feeling as well when ever I see you posting up a showoff. 

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Wow, never cared much for those minis, although I generally like stone haven minis. But i think you just change my mind. Those are beautiful work.  By the way, the coat does look white on my

monitor.

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