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Frost Giant Bodyguard with 2 handed axe

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Great job, I also like the snowflakes.

The horns on his helmet stand out, those are awesome!

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Welcome - that's a nice giant with lots of character - as has been said great horns and the snow on the beard is a nice touch

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