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Sad Medusa (ReaperCon Hall of Fame miniature)

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I love this mini and you did it justice!

Great expression on her face.

 

*** But I just wanted to talk to him...***

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Awesome work

 

I wish that model was still available, or would come up at Christmas or another promotion.

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I loved seeing this figure at Reapercon! Her expression is perfect, I love the texture on her skin and the scales are organic and beautiful.

Thank you for sharing her here!

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That's amazing!

Very unique take on this figure; I'd have never thought to make her sad.

The rattlesnake pattern is very cool, too.

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It was the Silver 2015 figure; my painted version went for a similar effect but isn't painted nearly as well:

 

 

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That is a beautiful piece indeed, superbly painted

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Absolutely beautiful, the stone tone works very well with the rattlesnakes scales color. The highlights on the scales is really amazing and I also like the way you painted the Medusa's forehead and hair as if her eyes are glowing with magic.

 

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