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Madril, Captain of Gondor and more Warriors of Minas Tirith


I am continuing to chip away at my Minas Tirith forces, this time adding Madril and 8 more Warriors. Now Madril joins Ingold, Hurin, and Boromir of the White Tower! With some Rangers of Gondor on the paint table now, the force is starting to take shape. 

I stuck with Contrast paints for him- which, I must say, I am falling a bit out of of love with. Still, the low effort to high yield is pretty nice!

Pro tip- I did the terrain piece separate and then glued it all together. Made painting him a whole lot easier!

Here's my Minas Tirith collection as it stands now!


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