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Thanks for all your kind words everyone. I broke a personal record by finishing these models under forty four days not to mention the Beekeeper mini for the Facebook contest. This is largely due to all the positive feedback I received along the way. So again, thanks for your support.

 

I'm not done yet with the Foxes has I'll be building a display base for them. I also plan to work on a large model from Reaper in the next couple of months, the pewter version of Viridius guardian of the forest. I already cleaned up the mold lines on all the nine parts of the model and will soon start to assemble it.

 

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