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Legendarion Hyena Warrior Bust Gebhuza by Glitterwolf

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Superb professor you really nailed the fur ;)

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So very NICELY done...

hmmm.... you know... All that color, and the combiniations...

Maybe we should have a name change here.. Vincent Van Go-Go

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Looks awesome, super colorful! Don't forget to put him in the non-Reaper large minis contest!

 

I did.

 

http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/58879-2015-annual-contest-non-reaper-entries/

 

Thx all for the kind words I had a lot of fun painting this guy.

Special thx to

Ub3r, Tiniest Rhombus and Robinh for their input and advice.

 

Learning with every mini.

And the 54mm challenge set me on a path of painting bigger models and busts ( Thx Ub3r, my wallet has just written it's last will)

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Your attention to detail & fearless color choices make the mini something special. WONDERFULLY WELL DONE!

 I doubt that I could have overcome the intimidation factor that ALL those details bring.

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You did am amazing job on him!!

 

Thx CW aprreciate it!

 

Your attention to detail & fearless color choices make the mini something special. WONDERFULLY WELL DONE!

 I doubt that I could have overcome the intimidation factor that ALL those details bring.

 

Coming from a man who makes wonderful tiny mushrooms with detailed faces, that's a compliment!

Thank you!

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Herman!!! That looks incredible! I absolutely love those colors!  ::D:

 

Thank you!

 

I'm getting into these bustst more and more, I painted 2 now and 8 are waiting their turn...( yeah Figmentius...I know).

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