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Wait, I just saw your other thread - this is one one of your early works and you already figured out blending? o_O I haven't even dared to try it myself yet after years of painting, lol.

 

Du har mycket hög potential on du fortsätter såhär :) Keep it up!

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Clever modifications, a distinctive character and a good clear paint job for visibility on the tabletop.

 

I like what you did with the pin and matching its pinhead to the figure.

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Thank you very much!

I am a very eager person and sometimes that means I get a bit ahead of myself, but with all the great advice and kind words from this forum I get a lot of positive energy that keeps me motivated to paint and learn! :blush:

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