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Lidless Eye Hobbies: Father of Frost (Lost Dragons)

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The dread beating of wings brings a chill wind to the land.

 

A 3D print, this design is "The Father of Frost" from The Lost Dragons, a Kickstarter project.

 

 

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Well considering my printer isn't printing right lately, I haven't felt the need to download them. I need to work on that today. I've got some items I need to print for Vegas games but for the weekly stuff as well.

 

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