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Stunning paint job. Easily one of the coolest looking dragonman minis I've seen. I also thought of the Keith Parkinson as soon as I saw it. Very evocative. This guy deserves to be in the inspiration gallery and on the shop page... and now it's in my cart. :rolleyes:

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OUTSTANDING!  Your brushwork is BEAUTIFUL, but it is the STUNNING choice of colors that make the miniature for me. VERY WELL DONE!

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4 hours ago, Humansquish said:

Amazing work! Did you use an olive drab to shad the white?

The outline is stone shade then the white highlights were, polished bone, leather white, pure white. The brown on the larger scales was a GW brown shade, don't remember the name

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21 hours ago, KruleBear said:

Wow, this white color scheme is really cool. The whole thing makes me think of a Keith Parkinson painting. 

ha! I know the painting you are talking about with the dragon/lizardmen lost in the snow. I like his art and even have a giclee print of his hanging on a wall. (Hope this is not a double post, previous response not appearing for me.)

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