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21 hours ago, Reverend Shartan said:

Nice sculpt !!!


I think 2 of these would do me nicely 8)


Reverend Shartan


Thank you so much my friend!

  I'm sure they would!  ;-)


21 hours ago, Nathair said:

Wants when where how



as you can tell I really like it great job on the sculpt 



Most of the info you can find on West-Forge website, but I would love to answer any questions about the design and inspiration for this statue, if your interested. :-)

And thank you! So happy you like it !

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7 minutes ago, Nathair said:

Size to sir for scale and is it one piece or multiple 


Statue is 5.5" x 5.9" x 7.1"(W x H x D),  it comes with 9 parts for assembly it looks like this.





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1 hour ago, KruleBear said:

That is a very dynamic dragon pose. Nice. 


Thank you!  I wanted to make sure there is cool dynamic between Queen and the Dragon. She stands firm and strong almost like a goddess, with her claw like heels and posture, on the other hand Dragon is more dynamic and hound or snake like, ready to strike!

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I really like it!


But beware, forum rules forbid the commercial link!

Just point in the right direction but don't show the link!

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4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

I really like it!


But beware, forum rules forbid the commercial link!

Just point in the right direction but don't show the link!


I'm so sorry, wasn't sure if i could post that, promise to not do that again :-(

Thank you so much for moderating and I'm really happy you like the statue :D


5 hours ago, Cyradis said:

Absolutely fabulous sculpt :wub:


Thank you so much! ::):

25 minutes ago, Warlady said:

Wow!  What a dynamic piece!

So happy you guys like that :D

Thank you so much !

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7 hours ago, Guindyloo said:

Gorgeous work! Definitely will be putting in an order!


This is awesome! I really think you going to enjoy it! 


5 hours ago, OneBoot said:

Absolutely stunning, I look forward to painting it! :wub:



--OneBoot :D 


I'm so exited to see other painters can do with this statue!! 

Thank you so much! :wub::wub: I simply can't wait ::D:


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