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Real life takes precedence, don't feel bad about taking a break from the forums.

 

I like the blue armor. If you do try it again I suggest the Templar Blue Triad (9055-9057), I think it makes for very nice blue nmm. If only I could pull it off.

 

They all look great, I always enjoy seeing your work.

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All of them are incredible.  I think the blue armor gives some nice distinction between the plate armor and the more typically steel color of the scale skirt/cloak.

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Amazing!! I love them all!  That blue armor is so awesome!  I might have to steal that idea although I doubt I could make it look as nice. 

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Wow, I don't know if I have seen your work before. It's impressive.

 

I also like the blue armor and would suggest the ritterlich blue triad, it's kind of steely (see my avatar).

 

Is that TMM I see?

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On 1/4/2018 at 5:53 PM, Guyscanwefocusplease said:

Wow, I don't know if I have seen your work before. It's impressive.

 

I also like the blue armor and would suggest the ritterlich blue triad, it's kind of steely (see my avatar).

 

Is that TMM I see?

 

Thank you! 

 

Yes that is TMM. I often alternate between that and NMM. Sometimes even on the same mini. 

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I think the blue armor really works. If nothing else you could always use the tournament excuse and wanting to look good.

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