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Wiz Kids Female Rogues

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Started these at the same time I did the Middenheimers. One is based on Astrid from Skyrim, the other on an old coworker whom the sculpt resembled. Victory two of the challenge thus far. 

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Overall I'm happy with how they came out. again I went with a simple grey stone base in case I rebase them in the future.

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"Dine and dash, eh?!"

"The Dark Brotherhood eats for free!"

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The cloak could've come out better, but I'm more concerned with clearing the Shelf of Incompleteion currently.

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