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DARK SWORD RABBIT RANGER by Glitterwolf

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looks nice!   Some more light would bring out the colors a bit better and allow us to clearly see the detail and the freehand on his cloak.

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That's a gorgeous cloak and some startlingly convincing eyes.

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looks nice!   Some more light would bring out the colors a bit better and allow us to clearly see the detail and the freehand on his cloak.

 

More light will cause your camera to use a faster shutter speed to get the same exposure. An exposure compensation of around +1.5 would fix the problem, as would a gray background instead of the white you used. (Don't do both.)

 

I do like the figure quite a bit.

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I really like the eyes.  they have a definite bit of the "mad hare" in them.  Great job and good to see these figures starting to creep out around the edges. 

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I changed my forum name a little while ago.

Now I'm changing tags and thread titles so when one searches for Glitterwolf you can find it all.

 

Thx @ub3r_n3rd for pointing this out in My Lost World Project, my OCD kicked in..

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31 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

I changed my forum name a little while ago.

Now I'm changing tags and thread titles so when one searches for Glitterwolf you can find it all.

 

Thx @ub3r_n3rd for pointing this out in My Lost World Project, my OCD kicked in..

I would've done the same thing! Bwahahahaha!!!

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Just now, ub3r_n3rd said:

I would've done the same thing! Bwahahahaha!!!

 

Almost done...so many posts..didn't know I posted so much minis..

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4 minutes ago, Clearman said:

Go Go Rabbit Ranger!

 

I love that freehand on the cloak.

 

Thx, it's actually something I painted long ago.

Just changed my name in the thread and bumped it.

 

I have more , just look at my Index of painted minis ( see my sig)

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