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Made in nl
Fresh-Faced New User

Hi everyone,

New here. I will introduce myself briefly.
I am wouter from holland. I never really played tabletopgames, but I allways had a fascination for the figures and their worlds. I bought quite a few miniatures in the past and tried to paint them, but never really enjoyed the process. About 2 years ago i got into terrain building on 28/32 mm scale and after a few builds i also wanted to try miniature painting again. And here we are now. I posted sonething yesterday which is my third attempt at painting after the 15 year hiatus and i really enjoyed it. You will see more from me.

Cheers Wouter
Made in pl
Tough Tyrant Guard

Hi, welcome on board!
Made in us
Fresh-Faced New User

Thank you very much
Made in us
Fresh-Faced New User

Welcome aboard!
Made in nl
Fresh-Faced New User

Thanks man
Made in nz
Strategizing Grey Knight Chapter Master

Auckland New Zealand


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