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Painted this dwarf last night and was pretty happy with how he turned out.  I free-handed some patterns on his cloak that turned out OK, but I was mostly proud of how the color scheme ended up looking.  If I had to do it over, I would make the boots a different color, as well as use a lighter pink with the plaid.  Critiques and advice always welcome, thanks!

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Thanks everyone! This guy was a ton of fun to paint, I highly recommend giving him a try.  There a ton of little details like the mug that were a challenge, but his clothes, beard, and keg offer a lot of room for adding your own personal touch.

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