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Thank you! Glad you all like them.

 

On 6/16/2018 at 2:40 AM, giyomuSan said:

well done, they look nice , wood on shield is really cool, maybe the one with red cape, with a darker red would have been nice, but just personal opinion :)

I suppose he could have stood to have a bit darker red, but I wanted him to pop so I went a bit brite.

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