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Ooooooooh oooh, neaaaat looking mummy to say the least... I might have to sneak an order in there sometime... 

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4 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Ooooooooh oooh, neaaaat looking mummy to say the least... I might have to sneak an order in there sometime... 

 

Crocodile Games has some awesome minis.

Hard to come by in Europe these days though.

I still want one of those Anubis Regiments!

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8 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

Crocodile Games has some awesome minis.

Hard to come by in Europe these days though.

I still want one of those Anubis Regiments!

Ohhh, I sure wouldn't mind some either... Hubby keeps dropping hints I should pick up some of those Anubi warriors, for example. 

 

Guessing they aren't stocked that much out there? 

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4 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Ohhh, I sure wouldn't mind some either... Hubby keeps dropping hints I should pick up some of those Anubi warriors, for example. 

 

Guessing they aren't stocked that much out there? 

 

Not anymore, I guess the game isn't played here.

Still available through the US though, but the shipping....maybe one day..

 

I would like to get my hands on some ( or all) of these:

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Mixing Andrea Whites.

Reaper Burgundy WIne, Violet Red and Pale Violet Red and Bloodstain Red

 

 

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Scale 75 Heavy Metal, White Sands, Thar Brown, Mojave White, Sahara Yellow, Black Metal

Vallejo Heavy Green.

Reaper Light Blue and Dragon Red

 

 

 

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24 minutes ago, stephaniall said:

This project is coming along beautifully, G-Wolf. Keep up the great work! :winkthumbs:

 

 

Thanks!

I do paint slowly and saturday I will go on vacation to Crete for a week.

But there will be more like this!

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Just now, Sharkbelly said:

Looking good! And enjoy Crete. I spent a semester there in college. Awesome place!

 

Thanks!

It's our second visit to Crete, we have been there in 2011 with the vixens in Koutoloufari now just the two of us to Chania.

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It is probably just me, but the undead Pharaoh Guy looks like he is doing some Disco dance a la Saturday Night Fever.

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