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Good morning all,

so hope all you that hail from the land of the Gringo are having a beautiful long weekend, I know I am, with lots of turkey and then rampant capitalism.

 

So I finished this one last night, and just got him photographed, a Ral Partha Shadowrun Street Samurai, sculpted by Tom Meier, no idea when, late eighties/early nineties:

 

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Whenever I pull these things off their bases there is always a little piece of paint that pops off the back that I never quite catch until it's too late, but never quite care enough to fix.

 

Anyhow, enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!

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31 minutes ago, Darcstaar said:

Sweet work!

Thanks,

 

He was kind of fun and minimalist to work on, not too much extra stuff, just a shirt, pants, boots, and a few addendums. He’s part of my set of street samurai, posted the girl earlier.

6 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Looks great!

Thanks much Glitterwolf!

 

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2 hours ago, Iridil said:

Great face and I like the highlighting on the pants - they look just right.

Some day when I get really daring I’ll try camouflage pants, but that day is still to come!

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