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Galladon, Male Wizard

This guy as it turns out can be disassemble into pieces!
Win for me, because I hate detailed undercuts.

 

And I do not like the staff (fish/dragon)head.
Does not fit the character imo.

The red squiggly turned out verynice!

 

FINISHED here!

 

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