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The white dragon is really nice. That turned out spectacular. All of the guys are nice, but the White dragon is really nice.

 

To clarify, the pathfinder red. I want it. No really. I want eeeeettt

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Very nice work. I especially like your fire elementals. In fact, I'm going to try to copy your paint job because I like them that much. (Not to mention I have all the same minis lol ) It's a perfect rendition of fire and I'd love to try my hand at it. 

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