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Fresh from the Kickstarter forges, here's another set: The Wizard Apprentices from Midlam Miniatures.

 

First, the graduating class of 2016 (if they all make it):

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The ever-cautious Explodio:

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The scholarly Bookwrym:

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The Terrific Toadini!  I've also been told he resembles some Presto character from an unknown 80s cartoon show.

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The studious Scrollux:

 

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My favorite of the set, the hexing Hattrix!   I decided to go with more of a Fantasia theme rather than  my original idea of "Simon the Sorcerer"

 

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The screwy Sanloss!

 

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Thanks, all!

 

Great job yet again on getting another kickstarter completely painted!

 

 

To be fair, I did set aside the fellow with the wand who looked like a young Snape...but to trade or sell, not because I didn't feel like painting him.  It happens with most Kickstarters and bundles these days.

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