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There are those miniatures that just are awful to put together...Wyrd  & Kingdom of Death stuff normally fits in the those category.

The Quiet Girl looks to be worth the aggravation. She is a BEAUTYWONDERFULLY painted & based. VERY WELL DONE as always!

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You're always fantastic Aku-Chan.

Great job, and wonderful color choices...

Really like the green/grey weaving on sword handle !!

 

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Well there is a lot to say here but not one to be too wordy I am gonna simply go with "wow"

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Thanks for all comments and 'Likes' everybody!

 

17 hours ago, malefactus said:

There are those miniatures that just are awful to put together...Wyrd  & Kingdom of Death stuff normally fits in the those category.

The Quiet Girl looks to be worth the aggravation. She is a BEAUTYWONDERFULLY painted & based. VERY WELL DONE as always!

 

I normally enjoy assembling complex plastic minis, but this one... :angry:

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The contrast between the vivid red hair and the purple clothing is what really pulls this one together.  Nice job.

 

Also, all those straps look uncomfortable.  And annoying to paint.

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