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14093: Finari, Crusaders Hero Mounted Conversion

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Following the Girl's evolution on your W.I.P. thread adds immeasurably to the final outcome.

She is a LOVELY creation,  BEAUTIFULLY converted, paint, & based. WONDERFULLY WELL DONE!

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Thanks everyone for your kind words!

 

On 29/01/2018 at 12:25 PM, japenny_902 said:

Hello from a fellow Haligonian!

 

Greetings!  If you are available you should drop by the Learn to Paint Miniatures class at Bedford outlet of Boardroom Games Cafe on 15 Feb and say hi.  I'll be there as well as a few other local mini painters.

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A very fine piece. I like the dramatic contrast of her red-orange hair and the subdued teal on the horse’s trappings.

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