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59 minutes ago, jdizzy001 said:

Great minis. I'm working on some as well!

There's some kind of village set coming in May. I'm very excited about it. Some of the minis I've done (pirates) or own (executioner and assistant), but also new ones like tanners (with hides!) and other stuff.

Serious gap filling.

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15 minutes ago, jdizzy001 said:

Yeah, I just did some gap filling on the bar maid's jaw. It wasn't too bad, but I've seen some minis with huge gaps.

I meant filling niches, gaps in available minis. LOL

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Holy cow, that is hilarious because when I read your post I thought, yeah, these preprimed minis have a lot of gaps and need a bit of love. That is too funny!

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