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03505: Brandle Birchstaff, Arch Mage and 03693: Qualanar, Human Wizard

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Amazing work! Those capes are captivating!

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Wow!!

They're fantastic!

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You do produce some TRULY AMAZING creations. These prove my point SPLENDIDLY. Your skillful brushwork & fine eye for colors backup a WONDERFUL imagination. VERY WELL DONE once more!

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WOW- these are the type of minis that make me draw in a quick breath and then just hold it as i stare stunned at my monitor...

 

Everything here is phenomenal! 

 

My favorite part is how subdued and subtle the freehand is...  Not only is it beautiful, but it looks real as if it were fabric rather than paint on metal.  Truly a masterful piece of painting there.

 

Bookmarked for future inspiration... WAY distant future.... Perhaps in the 23rd century i might want to attempt that ;)

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They look subliminal, you did an amazing job on both of them.

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