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19 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

Good work, the both of you!

 

I agree with you, the color scheme on the Carnotaurus does look pretty cool.

Thanks Chaoswolf. He was wanting to paint some of the nicer minis and I was reluctant. Now that he isn’t using half a pot of paint on each one, I will probably let him go for it 

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54 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Good job!

I also like that pattern, the miniKruleBear has a talent!

Lol. Thanks GW. Now if I can get him to paint the thousand…I mean 20 unpainted minis in my stash we will have successfully indoctrinated him. 😀

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