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Your WONDERFUL creation far exceeds its W.I.P. potential. Dragon, terrain, & adversaries are all BEAUTIFULLY painted treasures that work together in FINE fashion. VERY WELL DONE!

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The eye is spectacular. I like the paintjob on the dragon scales, and the way you used the blue to tie the dragon and adventurers together.

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Blending and depth on the dragon scales are truly inspirational.

 

The eyes, on the other hand make me want to give up ;)

 

A very beautiful piece.  Love the choice of sandstone to contrast with the blue dragon, really gives the whole setup a pop that it lacks when the stone in gray

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Holy Carp! I thought you had done a great job as I looked through the first of your pics, but that closeup of the work you did on the dragons head and neck and that eyeball... Utterly outstanding!

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This is an epic achievement.

 

In so little time and such detail!!!

 

The dragon's eyes are absolutely stunning.

Awesome work on the scales.

I also adore the skintone on the sorceress.

Good job on the treasure too.

 

There is so much to look at, it's jaw dropping good.

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