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ES54 - Ral Partha Winged Panther

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Greetings!

 

I've just finished this Ral Partha oldie from my collection - ES54 Winged Panther.

 

I went for a naturalistic black panther look but with a bluish sheen to the highlights (a bit like you sometimes see in movies as they're prowling through the jungle!). The wing skin recesses are actually a really dark red/brown but you can't exactly see it on these pics.

 

Interestingly, the blue highlights seemed a lot bluer after I added the static grass to the base.

 

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Thanks for looking!

 

 

 

 

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Excellent job!

 

I've got this figure waiting for it's turn in the paint line. I'll be referencing this when I get around to it.

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Great Work!

 

Somewhere, in a Dragon magazine, there's a few pics of one of these that was done for a GenCon, back in the day...

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And this creature has re-emerged!

It is featured in the new Disney Junior show Elena of Avalor.

 

Nice job here.

Very stealthy.

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