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77197 Erick, Paladin Enitiate

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Sometimes with all the complex minis we paint you want to take a little break and paint something simple. Well this time around Erick was that mini for me. Really happy with the how the eyes came out. (got them on my first try ::D:) and tried my hand at some simple heraldry. 

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