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Fantastic work, Jay. You continue to improve!!!

Thank you Ub3r!

With you , robinh, arc72, and special folks giving me clues, and suggestions.

I can only follow them, and learn something.

I really am enjoying the challenges !

Thanks again.

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He's pretty dang fantastic Jay!

Thanks Tiniest Rhombus;

Your comment about doing some very light washing was greatly appreciated :)

This is one of my richer colored mini's...even though he is so blasted small...LOL

Thanks again !

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Anytime Jay,were all here to help each other out. :-) I've got this gy and several of his friends too, love the sculpts but yes they are tiny.

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Anytime Jay,were all here to help each other out. :-) I've got this gy and several of his friends too, love the sculpts but yes they are tiny.

I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the band of Brigands.

I really enjoy the amazing divergence of how we all interpret the miniatures we paint.

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VERY WELL DONE! I love what you did with the cowl/hood. Color choices, brushwork, & basing are WONDERFUL.

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VERY WELL DONE! I love what you did with the cowl/hood. Color choices, brushwork, & basing are WONDERFUL.

Thank you Malefactus ! 

Your praise made me smile!

Its a fun sculpt to paint !

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Cool man!! :D

Thanks Tre !

Hope I kind of came close to what you were seeing; when you sculpted him !

Jay

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excellent Jay... the contrast on this one is great,, deep shadows and prominent highlights!

 

Now we got to get you painting some large dragons... :devil:

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