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3 hours ago, Evilhalfling said:

nice work on the unicorn especially.  

and a bajillion  (or 20 using goblin math)  is the correct number of minis to order in a reaper Kickstarter. 

Thanks. Ironically, I started thinking about it more and I will probably go back in and order a couple of dragons (or 20 using goblin math).

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Nice pair - really like how you did the unicorn - beautiful shading on the whites and the main and tail are so rich looking - it just radiates magical beast!

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