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EDGE OF OBLIVION   After many miles climbing the mountains of his homeland, Torgar the Barbarian had finally caught up to the two thieves who had stolen his family heirloom, his grandmother's axe wh

Jump and take the axe with him! Hahaha!

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Fantastic job! I did not realize the big guy was that big.

Thank you ::D:

 

Yeah, he's 72mm, so being up on higher ground makes him look much larger. I wanted the drama as I explained in the WIP and we know that changes in altitude help with that.

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That turned out to be a spectacular piece. I'm amazed at how imagination brought this from a miniature laying on your table into a great scene like this. The bard will sing about this for a thousand years!

 

Thank you, wizard!

 

You helped inspire me, the grandma's axe story really helped get those creative juices going from it being a single figure of Torgar to having that dwarf join the fray!

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That turned out to be a spectacular piece. I'm amazed at how imagination brought this from a miniature laying on your table into a great scene like this. The bard will sing about this for a thousand years!

 

Thank you, wizard!

 

You helped inspire me, the grandma's axe story really helped get those creative juices going from it being a single figure of Torgar to having that dwarf join the fray!

 

That's what I'm here for! It was always in you, you just needed a little jumpstart to get the ball rolling. And by ball, I mean head. :zombie:::D:

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