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77120: Vaeloth, Hellborn Paladin

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Great free hand on the shield!  Also, your Rhinoplasty would make any plastic surgeon proud!

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Great freehand on the shield and on the red stripes!

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I like the shadows you put at the edges of the armor segments.  They enhance the use of the metallics.  Great work. 

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Outstanding!

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Wow that freehand is stunning! Really amazing work!

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Love the shield! And I would have never guessed the guy needed a nose job - you gave him a great nose! 

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That freehand! Awesome!

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Looking good! Love the freehand!

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Excellent work!!

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I really like the color scheme and the freehand on the shield is awesome!

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Big fan of the wood grain and freehand on the shield. Well done!

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