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Nice work, an excellent illustration of why Brown Is The Best Color. Nice coffin/woodwork, too.

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Well, it didnt take you long to achieve awesomeness, it seems. ^_^

This is a very well painted mini with top notch leathery wings. I love the purple touch, fantastic choice of color! 

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Well it certainly didn't take you long to get back in the swing of things. The Werebat is a BEAUTIFUL creation. I love the colors you chose...the magenta/pink looks WONDERFULVERY WELL DONE!

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Lookin Terrific !!!!

really like your brush work, and the coffin is most excellently painted.

Wonderful color choices..!!

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8 hours ago, Guindyloo said:

He looks great and it's great to see you back around the forums! ^_^

Thank you! I'm making time for my hobby so that I have time for myself.

 

1 hour ago, ub3r_n3rd said:

Nicely done, Aaron! Glad to see you posting around here again. 

Thanks Paul! Can't wait to see you at ReaperCon again next year.

 

1 hour ago, LittleBluberry said:

Niiiiice!  And welcome back!  ^_^ 

Gracias!! It's great to be back.

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I'm echoing the sentiment that the purple looks good and that the wood grain is well done. The coffin is actually really great with realistic, subtle nuances in colour. I like it a lot. I think the bat would look even better if the fur was all grey because it would give greater contrast to the brown pants and the brown coffin.

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I kind of think it's an interesting take on an almost "monochrome" effect. It also gives it an old monster movie feel imo. I kind of think each of the shades are different enough that they provide suitable enough contrast.

 

I'm really digging the oil painting feel I get from it Aaron. I always enjoy seeing how you do each miniature a little differently.

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