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Darksword Miniatures Elmore Masterworks Female Mage #2

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Wow, I'm in love!:wub:

She looks gorgeous, awesome hair and freckles..

 

 

Does she like Wolves? Asking for a friend..

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3 hours ago, stephaniall said:

Lovely job. Based on Merida, right? ::D:

 

This was my thought as well!

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10 hours ago, Rigel said:

Spectacular work, especially eyes and complexion! Is this 32mm or 54mm scale?

She's 30 or 32mm standard tabletop size.

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