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Wow! I love it! Any favorite tutorials for that magma you did? Nothing in mind for it yet, but I LOVE the way it turned out.

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Sweet, I love that you're actually painting them up!!

 

Very nicely done, I think the crystals look good!

 

One (very) minor bit of critique--use a little GS to hide the join between the figures base and the plastic base its on.

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Sweet, I love that you're actually painting them up!!

 

Very nicely done, I think the crystals look good!

 

One (very) minor bit of critique--use a little GS to hide the join between the figures base and the plastic base its on.

Yeah, I should have.. Lol. I was done at that point. 😉

Eta: thanks everyone. He turned out way cooler than I can take credit for!

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