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As I wander around the forum, I can't believe I missed this one! Freehand turned out really nicely. Keep leaving your comfort zone please. 

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Excellent freehand. My “in comfort zone” has a ways to catch up with your out of comfort zone!

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Wow. Please do. Do step out your comfort zone, because that's just a gift for the eye! 

The eagle what can I say, perfection. I have the very same miniature and I also tried a freehand on the shield... just a tree. Looks more like a broom. 


The blending and the face are perfection too. Just amazing. 

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