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That knight is truly amazing. I love everything about it but especially the coffin lid as a shield. Excellent paint job and basing. Now I want that mini.

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Fantastic! Everything about this is just right - from the mushroom cap color extending the pallete, the green cloak echoing a stem, the wonderful colors of the armor - wow.

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That is a WONDERFULLY dramatic scene. All the pieces work so SPLENDIDLY together. AND they are all BEAUTIFULLY painted.

Your attention to details on the base sets the mood for the miniature & places the scene nicely in the Fall.  VERY WELL DONE!

 

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Beautiful! I love the touch of green for the cloak with the autumn colors on everything else. Really nicely done!

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Agreed on all of the above! The face on the snarling pumpkin on the ground is especially fine. Gorgeous autumnal work.

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