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These look excellent. 

 

I have one suggestion. Maybe you would like to pull the highlights on the cloak higher? Especially on the top of his shoulders? 

 

Everything else is spot on.

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You're NMM is pretty flawless. The only suggestion I have, is to bring the brown leather highlights up higher. Other than that, I really dig your style. Well done. 

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42 minutes ago, Maglok said:

Amazing now that it is finished! :)


Gratitude! Even I was left wondering at some parts of the painting. :D

I appreciate the support and encouragement. This community is head and shoulders above the rest.

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Dat NMM. If/when I ever dip my toes into trying it, I'm going to come back to this to use as a guide/inspiration.

 

Also you're making me rethink the way I've painted my frost giants' beards. I dig the frosty white.

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