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60015, Kyra, female iconic cleric

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My favorite character, my cleric of Sarenrae. Being a cleric of the "Dawnflower," I always imagined her in oranges and reds and yellows. The painted fig from Pathfinder just didn't jibe with my mental image of her.


This is one of my first painted figs. Please offer constructive feedback so I can improve.




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Very Nice. Great brush control and very good color choices. You did a good job with the eyes as well. I wish the photo was clearer though. It is just a bit blurry. Keep up the good work and welcome to the wonderful world of miniature painting.

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Yah, we are new to this and have to work on our photos. This is by far my best fig. I think it's because I've played her for a few years and know the sculpt inside and out. She's great inspiration.

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Very Nice. Great brush control and very good color choices. You did a good job with the eyes as well. I wish the photo was clearer though. It is just a bit blurry. Keep up the good work and welcome to the wonderful world of miniature painting.



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Based on what I see my constructive feedback is keep doing what you are doing!


As far as improving keep in mind the material you are painting. Fabrics have softer highlights and shadows than metals.


That's all I've got.


Awesome job!

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