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03647: Drago Voss, Assassin

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Nicely done!

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Very nice. The NMM looks good and I like how the red turned out.

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Great Job!

 

 

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Great blends and awesome NMM!. Splendid!

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great job, i really like the nmm

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6 hours ago, Pochi said:

Very nice. The NMM looks good and I like how the red turned out.

I agree wholeheartedly. The metals and reds look really really nice. 

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Well done. I always enjoy pieces I have to look at a longer. So much detail to catch. Thank you for sharing.

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Really fantastic job.  Totally jealous of how your NMM came out!  Super nice!

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You just gave me a heavy case of painter envy...  thanks.

Great work, blends look amazing.

Good paintin

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Really really nice!  Job well done!

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woow!! i didnt expect so much replys, thanks very much, i feel little more conftable with my paints, thanks to you guys, but i feel i still have much to learn. ::):

 

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The camaraderie on this forum is amazing.  Everyone is normally very helpful, I have yet to see a spiteful or mean comment.   There are spirited discussions but everyone tends to agree to disagree and leave it at that. 

One thing I'll say about your work... post more of it lol

Good paintin

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Looks great, and I love the metal version of this guy. That hilt on his sword is great, and the nmm really sets everything off nicely. 

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