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Wow!  Eye popping. Beautiful. Your reaching way into the bright color spectrum really pays off here. This is exactly how a coral dragon should look. 

Here is a mandarin fish for inspiration for your next piece...!

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7 hours ago, Nightwing said:

Wow!  Eye popping. Beautiful. Your reaching way into the bright color spectrum really pays off here. This is exactly how a coral dragon should look. 

Here is a mandarin fish for inspiration for your next piece...!

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Wow, that is super bright.  Orange it's such a difficult color too...

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That Sea Dragon piece looks fantastic!  Wonderful choice of colors - they really pop nicely.  I love seeing old miniatures done - please post more of your Chaos Wars pieces.

 

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