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77200 Sir Conlan

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So this is the figure that I painted for the last quarterly Reaper FB contest.  you know the one I didn't bother taking pictures for until it was too late and I never actually entered.  Even though I finished paining it a week into the contest.  Oh well.  maybe I'll get off my broccoli for the next one.



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39 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

Good work, and nice freehand on his shield!

I can't take credit for any free hand except for the lettering.  All of that is raised detail.  But thanks anyways!

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