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03371: Brock Battlebow and 03099: Klaus Copperthumb

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Very nicely done.  The shadows on the crossbowman read very natural.

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Always a pleasure to see your art!

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So smooth!

I love them!

 

Great skin and shadows, love the hair!

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Can never go wrong with red-headed dwarves!  Excellent work!

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Really excellent. 

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Well done! These guys look really GOOD! Nice smooth tranisitions

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These guys are awesome!  Well done!  Another artist for me to aspire to!

 

I really like these guys, they are some of the best that I have seen on this site!

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I like the red hair too. It seem to be a natural choice and it's probably due to Dwarf Slayer popularized by Warhammer. You did an excellent job on both of theme. My favorite part is the dark purple coat of Copperthumb. The beige highlight really bring a natural tast to the color. That's definitely a color I need to include in my pallet.

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Excellent paint jobs on them!!

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