TheOldGuard

77321 Giant Cobra - Bones 3

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Awesssssssome!!

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Sssssuper Paint Ssskillssss!

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Great job, love the eyesssss!!!!

 

Now I needssss one too!

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LOVE  the eyes also. Your colors are imaginative & your brushwork is WONDERFULOUTSTANDING WORK!

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crushed it

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Very natural looking colors, it looks great!

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Now I want thissssss ssssssssnake! 

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That last pic made me think it was going to spit at me.  ::o:

 

Super cool.

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I think you are selling yourself short, I'd say that is better then tabletop quality. Very Cool!

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The eyes are great!

 

I really like the natural look and pattern in his hood.

 

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It does look kinda alive doesnt it! As if it is rearing to attack a certain Cimmerian barbarian that is about to invade its lair.. 

 

Very well painted. Truly inspiring! 

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Great job. The dark part on the hood really helps it to look more authentic

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Thanks for all your comments Guys!

 

I deliberately went for a more natural colour scheme here, the hieroglyphic stone base pointed me in a sandy direction.

For the hood, I just picked out some specific scales to generate some nice looking markings.

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