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2016 Various Minis (warning - pic heavy)

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All of these were commissioned, painted to a display or high tabletop level...

 

Druid Gone Wilder - Privateer Press

 

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Artemisa II - for Bloodbowl - RN Estudio, Spain

 

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Wood Elf Sorceress - GW

 

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Cheerbeer Girls - Valkyries Team for Bloodbowl - Sukkubus Studios

 

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Nurse - Valkyries Team for Bloodbowl - Sukkubus Studios

 

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Markers - Valkyries Team for Bloodbowl - Sukkubus Studios

 

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A couple of others for Bloodbowl - Willy Miniatures

 

 

 

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'Pic heavy' isn't a warning in this area of the forum, it's what is expected...

 

And frankly, I don't think anyone would complain if you posted even more pictures of those minis. They're awesome.

(Or posting a few larger closeups to really show off the details)

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Very nice work all around!

 

I love the first one, the little blue guy reaching for the beer like 'gimme!' is a riot! :lol:

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