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Started painting my Townhouse from Tabletop World.

 

Scale 75 Inktense Wood.

 

 

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13 hours ago, Rigel said:

I like the look of this! A great sculpt, too.

 

I also got the Manor, these are very pretty resin buildings but they are pricey.

I suspect with 3D printing, people will print their own instead of buying these sooner than later.

But I'm happy with mine!

 

 

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