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Awesome!

The look on the Queen's face makes it clear, the dear King can shout all he wants, but she's in charge!

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome!

The look on the Queen's face makes it clear, the dear King can shout all he wants, but she's in charge!

Yeah, you can tell she doesn’t put up with fools!

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Beautifuly done set - never seen this pair before! Love the beard, the look on the queen's face and the way they have some of the same colors but are distinct colorings

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22 hours ago, Iridil said:

Beautifuly done set - never seen this pair before! Love the beard, the look on the queen's face and the way they have some of the same colors but are distinct colorings

Thank you Iridil! It's an old Citadel set of some Dwarf King's Court, really nice set from the eighties. I really only have these two miniatures and then one other dwarf guard leaning against a halberd.

21 hours ago, Highlander said:

Great work in incorporating the mole.  Sanding it off would have been difficult ... and destructive.  Kudos.

Upon retrospect, I probably should have just cut it off with an exacto knife, but live and learn.

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On 4/28/2020 at 8:04 AM, 72moonglum said:

Upon retrospect, I probably should have just cut it off with an exacto knife, but live and learn.

nawww, it's perfect. She's a mean old Queen who has seen way to much death and suffering by Dwarves and the mole is part of her personality

 

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1 hour ago, Fencig said:

nawww, it's perfect. She's a mean old Queen who has seen way to much death and suffering by Dwarves and the mole is part of her personality

 

Even her mole has a back story!

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