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2 hours ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

That's gorgeous. I don't usually see kitsune miniatures that look that good (far too many have overlarge heads or weird proportions) but that one is terrific.

Dark Sword has made a series of nice ones. I'm hoping to acquire some of the others eventually.

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