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26 minutes ago, 72moonglum said:

Such a pretty lass, and I love the free hands spots!

 

Thank you!

I wanted to give her some colour!

 

17 minutes ago, TripleH said:

Looks great.

 

I love the attitude: "Yeah, I can kick your arse and there's nothing you can do about it".

 

She sure can!

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19 minutes ago, Jasper_the_2nd said:

Wonderful job! Love me some painted Oathsworn minis.....since mine aren't getting painted very quickly.....

 

Thanks!

 

I took it from a BOGW because of her Asian looks, she fits into my project.

I only learned later it's an Oathsworn mini.

Great sculpt!!!

 

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