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Looking good!

 

It HAD to be a greedy dwarf of course!

 

And that companion looks strange enough to fit the wacky world of the Blight!

 

Very cool gift!

 

Thanks, X. Lt. Smiles helps the Vertically Challenged One blend in, or, more precisely, get ignored.

I think they are a WONDERFUL gift as well.

 

Nice!!

 

Thanks David. I am glad you like them!

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Looking good!

 

It HAD to be a greedy dwarf of course!

 

And that companion looks strange enough to fit the wacky world of the Blight!

 

Very cool gift!

I saw this mini and thought exactly that!

 

Nice!!

Thank you!

 

Fantastic creating, Sculpting, and the painting is superb !!!!

Great Job!

I love them all.

 

Jay

 

Thank you all.  And Thank Malefactus for allowing me to send them to his world.  I was actually worried about the basing being incorrect for his world.  I really tried to match, and I think the Lieutenant is a bit off, while Bezhukk is perfect. 

 

For those wondering about the minis, I am most decidedly NOT a good sculptor.  The "Tax Man" is Bezhukk the Immortal, a limited edition resin miniature that is really quite good.  I like Bezhukk of the Infernal Revenue Service, and that fits very well.  I picked up an extra copy after I'd purchased one on eBay, and he has that lovely lock box on his belt, the best place to store his lovely gold coins.  The floating eye is actually a Flying Eye Fungus from Ganesha Games. 

 

I'm excited to see that the Lieutenant did not lose his wings in transit!  Yay!  And to see something I painted wandering through your world gave me a big smile today.  I kept checking while at work to see if you got it (and I didn't have access to the forum, so I was glad for the email notification for your PM!). 

 

Seeing the two knocking on a door makes me smile.  And the face above that door is perfect.  It's somewhere between afraid and skeptical. 

 

The other worry I had was Bezhukk being too grimdark for your world.  I think my fears were unfounded, seeing them now, but I was actually concerned there.

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Seeing the two knocking on a door makes me smile.  And the face above that door is perfect.  It's somewhere between afraid and skeptical. 

 

The other worry I had was Bezhukk being too grimdark for your world.  I think my fears were unfounded, seeing them now, but I was actually concerned there.

They do fit nicely in The Blight & probably most of the rest of the boards as well...The Graveyard of St. Lascivious would be a test of their tenacity.

The Place has tends to make the sinister look less menacing, almost friendly, and the innocent appear as dark, creepyspooky malevolent sorts...it adds to the suspense.

 

Thanks again, Steve. They are MOST WELCOME & VERY NICELY DONE!

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