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Ma'al drakar in 7 Days

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Showing off my freshly painted goblin 7 day challenge Ma'al drakar. This challenge was not what I was expecting. I thought that attempting a miniature of this size in a short time span would stress me out, but apparently I'm weird because this has been the most relaxing week I've had in a while.

 

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Nice work. The thought of doing something like this in a week makes me cringe. Good to hear it wasn't that stressful for you.

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