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Ral Partha Female Mage with Staff by Julie Guthrie

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What a lot of charming little details. And wow, you can see from the base how tiny she is! You really did an impressive job with her face and fingernails.

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1 hour ago, Pingo said:

What a lot of charming little details. And wow, you can see from the base how tiny she is! You really did an impressive job with her face and fingernails.

Thank you Pingo!  She’s a beautiful little figure!  When I remember to or get around to it, I’ll try to get something set up next to her to give a size comparison figure, I’ll put her next to a quarter or a bottle of paint.

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Beautiful work on this little lady! I love the simple clean look, highlighted by the lovingly painted details!

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18 hours ago, Redd Knekk said:

Absolutely beautiful job! Great skin tones and face! 

Thanks Mr. Knekk, now that we've established your gender! I supposed the bearded dwarf icon should have given it away, but we all know those tales of those hairy lady dwarves.....

15 hours ago, Warlady said:

She's lovely!  So nice to see these old minis being painted!

Thank you Warlady, I'm happy people like the oldies!

 

15 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Great work an her!

She looks stunning!

Thanks Glitterwolf, Julie Guthrie did such an excellent job on this figure, it's easy to bring her to life!

5 hours ago, Iridil said:

Beautiful work on this little lady! I love the simple clean look, highlighted by the lovingly painted details!

Thanks Iridil, so many of the older school figures are very clean, simple and straight-forward, not overly laden with all types of bags, backpacks, pouches, gadgets and a slew of extra weapons, it's part of that classic, old-school feel!

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