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Maglok

Minivember result (29 minis)

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You had quite a productive month. That is quite a selection of BEAUTIFULLY painted creations. All are VERY WELL DONE!

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Thanks for the compliments, those are an awesome motivator. :) I was not going to post them all on account of it being a lot of work, but my wife convinced me to do it anyway.

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2 minutes ago, Maglok said:

Thanks for the compliments, those are an awesome motivator. :) I was not going to post them all on account of it being a lot of work, but my wife convinced me to do it anyway.

 

Always post your painted minis people!

That's what's it all about and we all love looking at them.

 

 

 

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Wonderful job on all - my favorites are the friar (splendid yellow ochre) and the fairy/dragonfly (great colors and base).

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