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A gallery dedicated to the random fantasy guys I finished while I was working on the other themed projects:

A bunch of randos:

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Dolmen from Ganesha Games:

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A Hobgoblin Wizard, also from Ganesha Games:

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A Halfling Thief from Red Box Games:

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A Kraken Cult Leader from Midlam Miniatures:

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