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LTP layer up and + Part 1: Hajad the pirate

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I also got the Layer Up! LTP kit back in December - Here is the first figure from that set  - the pirate. Once again, I followed the booklet, took pics, and then added a couple of touches. I really enjoyed painting him and he is seeing use on the table - although as a dessert nomad ranger rather than pirate! I'm still a very impatient user of layers though.... This figure also inspired me to buy some water effects to play with in the future...

77134 - Hajad, Pirate_before_a.JPG

77134 - Hajad, Pirate_before_b.JPG

77134 - Hajad, Pirate_before_c.JPG

77134 - Hajad, Pirate_e.JPG

77134 - Hajad, Pirate_f.JPG

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