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earthcrosser599 commented on eas warlock120mm by rupi100
May 18, 2016
eas warlock120mm
earthcrosser599 Initial impressions upon handing: -Excellent detail -The preview image is misleading, the communication spire beneath the GOD cannons on the bottom of the ship is nowhere near that long -Scales very well comparatively for miniature gaming -EXTREMELY light, along with another 3 printed ship, shipping box felt empty. -Haven't tested yet, but feels very easy to break, easier than a crayon or dried and set green stuff -"Grainy feel" is a gross understatement, it feels like you can rub details off with your finger. Primer is setting, I'll try to post pics soon.


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