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Tiny Halfing, affectionately known as "Red'

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very cool, the more i see of the dnd preprimed the more i am liking them only thing that is stopping me from buying them is reapers price point and selection

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I like a lot of the wizkids sculpts, but I hate how hard the mold lines are to remove in the plastic they use.  It just shreds with a file and it doesnt trim well with an exacto.

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More work on this tiny girl.  Her jacket/coaty vest thing is an attempt at purple velvet.  Her socks are now stripey and her sash is awaiting more stripes, they will be green to match her sock stripes.  

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Finally done with "Red" she's slightly shiny cause her dull coat is still setting. 
Paints: 
Cream Shirt- vmc dark sand, RMS's Desert Sand, Linen White, Pure White.
Purple Jacket: RMS's Green Liner, Dusky Grape, Royal Purple Rosy Skin
Greens: RMS's Green Liner, Moth Green, Pale Green
Reddish Skirt: RMS's Dusky Grape, Violet Red, Rosy Skin
Leathers: VMC Flat Brown, RMS's Brown Liner, Rosy Skin
Silvers: (all reaper) Honed Steel, Skeleton Key Filigree Silver.
Golds: Antique Gold, New Gold, vmc's smoke

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