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Looks great. I'm not 100% sure who sculpted this one. It's listed as "Acrobatic Thief" in the 1986 catalog, and I saw one of these on ebay in a poorly photographed blister that seemed to indicate Julie Guthrie sculpted it. But it's credited to Bob Charrette on the Lost Minis Wiki.

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2 minutes ago, Thoramel said:

Looks great. I'm not 100% sure who sculpted this one. It's listed as "Acrobatic Thief" in the 1986 catalog, and I saw one of these on ebay in a poorly photographed blister that seemed to indicate Julie Guthrie sculpted it. But it's credited to Bob Charrette on the Lost Minis Wiki.

Great job painting this mini!  I'm pretty sure as well it's Bob Charrette, Julie's style back then was a bit different.

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3 hours ago, Thoramel said:

Looks great. I'm not 100% sure who sculpted this one. It's listed as "Acrobatic Thief" in the 1986 catalog, and I saw one of these on ebay in a poorly photographed blister that seemed to indicate Julie Guthrie sculpted it. But it's credited to Bob Charrette on the Lost Minis Wiki.

 

Thank you @Thoramel, with the original name of the model "Acrobatic Thief", I was able to find one on sale in its blister on eBay. It's clearly indicated as being sculpted by Julie Guthrie.

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