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Good job on these, the expressions in particular,2012 looks like he's concerned someone's going to poke his belly Pillsbury doughboy style, and 2014 looks like he's daring someone to try it again.

Come to think of it the changes in pose and expression and loss of sleeves make me wonder if there might be a storyline with him.

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It looks to me Santas been working out the past couple of years.

Greatstuff and funstuff. Really enjoyed seeing your painted versions of these minis.

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