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I am really jealous of the way you paint the musculature on this mini. Its very nice.  But I think the background looks a bit busy and takes away form the details of your paint job. 

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Wow that is amazing! Do you plan on playing that on the table or are you just painting it for show? Either way it is stunning!

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This is the first Nephilim I see painted that makes want to buy one myself.

 

Excellent muscles!!

Good contrast with the bone colours.

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Outstanding, I really like the sword and metal toning on the front and rear armor.

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Excellent work!  As others have said, the muscles are great and I love the detail on the sword.  I wish I had a steady enough hand to get those kinds of results!  :)

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