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This one is the last of my black pants series, even though this one doesn't have black pants, but rather a black jacket.  For this one, I used black for his jacket, and used the same skin tones with him as my other monk, the Hackmaster one sculpted by Jim Johnson.  So here we go, a seemingly friendly cleric, perhaps turning undead, version from 2018



But if you look at him from behind, you'll see he's ready, just in case he gets a low roll of the dice:




This is another I did what seems to be centuries ago, even though it was really probably only 35 years or so:




And here they are together:



I'm glad my parents kept my old figures and gave them back to me years ago.  Always nice to go back down memory lane and looking at the art you did and how you've developed and changed over the years. 

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 I recently acquired this guy, as well as the rest of 98-001 Wizards & Clerics and all but two of the guys from 98-010 Wizards and Clerics II...


 I'm amazed you have two of them without the cross broken off.


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On 5/8/2018 at 8:57 PM, Mad Jack said:


 I recently acquired this guy, as well as the rest of 98-001 Wizards & Clerics and all but two of the guys from 98-010 Wizards and Clerics II...


 I'm amazed you have two of them without the cross broken off.


I know what you mean!  I think it's little enough that it managed to survive, quite unlike another repaint I did not too long ago for a pot - bellied Grenadier cleric, where he boldly holds up a mace, except in my older version the mace had snapped off 30+ years ago!


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On ‎5‎/‎10‎/‎2018 at 1:26 PM, Kang said:

Ooh, I like how you threw in a bonus old school mini there.  I have the potbellied guy somewhere too, possibly even with all his parts intact!



It's all about the old school vibe! 

Here's the comparison link for that one too!



22 hours ago, Boaz said:

Err um ehem ... your then is painted better than my now :unsure: ...


Don't mind me though, just keep pushing that bar up ... artists gotta be artten ...

It's all relative Boaz, the only thing you have to worry about is if what you paints makes you happy, if you're happy, life is good, keep painting!

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