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10 hours ago, Marvin said:

Killer sculpt, and you've done an amazing job with it.

Thanks Marvin, this is an older Jim Johnson sculpt, who is just a great sculptor who imbues his minis with tons of character!

3 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:


Love it, especially the eyes, so tiny and so well painted!

Thanks Glitterwolf! I've found that sometimes with Jim Johnson's miniatures, the actual eyes are pretty deeply set so sometimes actually getting to them can be a bit of a challenge.  The good thing is they are usually big enough to do something with them!

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I agree with Marvin's assessment; that is a very cool sculpt, and you've done a great job painting it!

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The Vertically Challenged Rogue is a WONDERFULLY painted & based creation. His expressive face & his braided beard make the mini for me. VERY WELL DONE!

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