Silver Jack

Alchemists, confrontation

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Those are stunning! I really love the colours and you have painted them beautifully!

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amazing the green metallics are especially amazing. 

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Love the nmm!

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Stunning.  Great wonderful the skin tones and  nmm 

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Worth the wait!  Lovely!

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outstanding, your highlighting is very detailed on the nmm , how did you make the bases?

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Excellent work!

 

The Green armor is my favorite!

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so bright looking!

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Amazing non-metal metal on those.  I really like how they seem to share the same light source in terms of point of glare and shine.

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They are GORGEOUS in their own bizarre fashion. Your creations are BEAUTIFULLY painted & based little wonders. VERY WELL DONE!

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Thanks for comments!

 

6 hours ago, Tjrez said:

outstanding, your highlighting is very detailed on the nmm , how did you make the bases?


They are made from plasticard, I draw mosaic and bricks with embroidery needle (the end of needle must be not sharp), and cut some parts with excell knife. You can make a "stamp" from a stone and push it to make pattern on plasticard. Great stuff for basing.

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I love these, and am cribbing those color schemes.  Just thought you should know.

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Those colors are amazing. Very nice work!!!!! 

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your nmm is maybe too good.  outshines the great work you did on the cloth.

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