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Gripping Beast, Crusader War Band

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This is my Crusader Warband for SAGA: The Crescent and the Cross. Although the painting and bases are all mine, I can't take credit for the shields. Those are decals. It would have been nice to take the time to paint each one but when you are painting an army, time is in short supply. 

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24 minutes ago, EvilJames said:

To be fair, getting decals on straight is a skill in and of itself. They look really good.

OMG.......you are so correct. They never fit like they are supposed to. I had to trim and cut and trim some more. It was a major pain in the butt. 

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