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Nissa from Magic: the Gathering

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Vast improvement. I have a copy of the game and have not looked at the miniatures closely. Holy balls that's an ugly prepaint. Great work with yours. Love the vibrant colors.

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Your rescue mission was a succes!

 

Looks a lot better this way!

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Wow, It's like normal and bizarro version. Well done! Achievement Unlocked

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Wow that is phenomenal! It's hard to imagine that such a poor mini could be made into such a masterpiece.  The company should be embarrassed to have put such a poor mini in a box.  Really impressive work!

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Wow, really well done job overall. You weren't kidding about her being a demon monkey.

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Looks great! Love the green armor, and it is definitely an improvement. 

 

However, one question. Why not paint the eyes? She has such a vacant stare. Is she possessed. 

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2 hours ago, Thes Hunter said:

However, one question. Why not paint the eyes? She has such a vacant stare. Is she possessed. 

 

Nissa doesn't have pupils or irises that are visible.  I based it off the art here.

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But how about putting that glowing green effect in her eyes?! You do a good job with eyes on your other minis, I am sure you could pull it off here! 

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Love it! omg that original was just <shudder> I had no idea.

Love the nod to blue as well, great way to show the change!

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