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Thanks all!


 

2 hours ago, Fencig said:

Hope you paint/ post with the other 2  as a set................please :)

 

I would but this was a gift and the others went with it unpainted. I do plans on getting them again so redoing it might be possible. 

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15 hours ago, Iridil said:

Well met challenge - works perfectly for the sculpt too. That purple is outstanding!

 

Thanks!

 

13 hours ago, Otyugh said:

I am resisting making a remark about a wine bottle cork, a purple gnome thief, and a recently empty bottle of wine...:ik_oops:

 

:lol:

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