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Wow! I love the character and personality you achieved in their facial expressions!  The middle one, in particular, looks like she is about to burst out laughing with the joy of slaughter while she murders her enemies.

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I agree with Zoroaster100.

 

Great expression, the psycholady in the middle creeps me out.

Very well done

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These are exquisite.

 

It looks like the photos are a little cold in color, but are the models actually painted in shades of blue?

 

You've done a very good job of bringing out the detail without making the figures too busy.

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Very very wll done, excellent use of blues

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