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Monique de Noir (54mm) (30004)

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She looks great, fantastic job!

 

I see you remembered to enter her into the year-end contest for Large Reaper figures!

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She is a LOVELY creation. Your color choices are INSPIRED, the deep red for her armor in particular; AND your deft work with the brush is OUTSTANDING. VERY WELL DONE indeed!

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She looks great. I love how you pulled the red into her hair and golds. Helps everything look so pretty and cohesive. I hope when I try a 54mm it turns out half as well as yours.  Lovely work.

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She looks very pretty! I love the color scheme, of course I better, since it is exactly the same as my Monique that had been in progress now for a couple of years.

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Thank you everyone for the wonderful comments and encouragement!  :blush:  ^_^

 

Wow, she is gorgeous!!! I especially love that shield. Do you find that it's easier to do shading and such on a larger scale?

 

The shading is easier to set up since it is a large surface, but it takes a lot longer to get it to look decent. I must admit, large scale miniatures are potentially addictive! Working on Monique gave me the confidence to finish one of my big dragons and start in on others.

 

She looks very pretty! I love the color scheme, of course I better, since it is exactly the same as my Monique that had been in progress now for a couple of years.

 

I look forward to seeing her finished! Paint on!

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