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Jasonator I think your work is great!

I love the colours you used, and the base is amazing.

 

Keep it up!

 

 

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Shame on him walking through someones flower bed. 

 

Miniature look great Mr. Jason! Well done. 

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Poor Ser Waymar, first of many doomed prologue characters...  You did a good job on him!

 

Kang

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5 hours ago, Guindyloo said:

Looks good, Jay! Always glad to see you having fun with a figure!

 

Where did the flowers you used on the base come from?

The flowers come from the "Scenic Express" website.

Look for their grasses, and flowers.

Great stuff !

Jay

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Thanks Everyone.

Slowly getting back into the groove, and getting up to speed.

Your kind words, and votes make me smile again.

picking out a new mini to paint.  Gosh is it small...LOL

 

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I am sorry to hear you had upsetting news, but it did result in a SPLENDID creation. The Knight is a FINE looking Fellow AND the base is GORGEOUSVERY WELL DONE once more!

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Thanks Patrik !

 

I just have to remember words spoke by Elizabeth I 's chancellor, Lord Burghley.

 

"Be a Willow, NOT an Oak" !!!

 

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