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Garrick the Bold 77008

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Just finished up Garrick the Bold. Painted with Army Painter matte black undercoat, dry brushed Necron Compund then finished off with Reaper HD paints. Basing done with the Army Painter basing kit.

 

Pay no attention to my paint fingers. 

 

comments and critiques always welcome.

 

 

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The purple and gold work well together.  Nice work. 

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Seeing this guy painted has me wanting one now. I agree with the purple and gold, love the colors 

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He looks great! Purple and Gold are a great combo!

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nice job

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Cool!

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A but unusual colourscheme, but nice. 

 

On ‎17‎.‎05‎.‎2017 at 2:30 AM, Jeepnewbie said:

Seeing this guy painted has me wanting one now. I agree with the purple and gold, love the colors 

 

You don't have a Sirforcale?

B-but... 

 

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Who is this Garrick the Bold you speak of? All I see if Sir Forscale in a really neat paintjob. :)

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Good work!

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Love love love your colours.  I've got a second one of these fellows sitting on my bench and you've inspired me.  Going to go for very dark mail, steel plate, copper-bronze accents and purple tabard.

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