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Thank you all!!!

 

20 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Great all around!

Very clean.

My only criticism is the eyebrows don’t match the scalp hair.

 

Ya man, does look a bit off, will go back and touch it up later. Thanks for your feed back!!

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The Vertically Challenged Warrior is a FINE example of Dwarvenhood at its best. Your work with brush & palette are OUTSTANDING. The metalwork is particularly LOVELYVERY WELL DONE!

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