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Custom Mini: A bard and his cat

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Good to know that the hero forge plastic is getting better.

 

Also good job! Like the color balance alot. There is a nice tabby effect on the cat. 

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He looks great. Is the wood grain on the guitar part of the sculpt or did you add that yourself? Nicely painted!

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Very nice!

 

I like the setting, the mastermind who sends his minion to earn the money.

To be clear, the minion carries a sword.

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11 hours ago, Pochi said:

He looks great. Is the wood grain on the guitar part of the sculpt or did you add that yourself? Nicely painted!

 

Thanks!  I added the wood grain.  I've done better grain before I think, but I didn't spend too much time on out because the client also wanted a gold design on the lute. 

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That is the best looking Hero Forge piece I have seen. Your BEAUTIFUL choice of colors & FINE brushwork, of course, influenced my opinion I am sure. VERY WELL DONE!

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The way you painted him totally accentuates the "sculpting".  If I were the client I'd be very happy.  ^_^

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Beautiful color scheme! The wood grain and fur texture elevates this Miniature. Gorgeous NMM!

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That's a very good looking miniature, and you've done a wonderful paint job on him.

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