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Oh my word! This is above all a very clever composition. The OSL and every other painting technique is simply top notch. I just love it!! 

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Super fun!  I love how the gazes of the characters in the scene are converging on the signs, and the monochrome is super cool (especially with the fun OSL accents!)!

 

Can't wait to see the whole composition (and the talented artist behind it!) in person in a couple of days!!!

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I haven't seen much of a monochrome approach in painting miniatures and wouldn't have thought it could be pulled off but you nailed it!  The OSL is great too, it really adds to the creepy and bleak tone of the piece!

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