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77580: Ma'al Drakar (pic heavy)

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Not bad, but I can see that you made a mistake there in hour 375. 

 

J/K, she's perfect...  Truly outstanding!  Makes me wish there was a reaction stronger than "Like" that I could click on.

 

Kang

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Wow this is incredible. The detailed work on the scales speaks to the meticulousness of your work. I also love the ivory/cream shading of the white dragon color scheme!

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4 hours ago, NecroMancer said:

Awesome!  I love the white dragon head!

 

2 hours ago, Rogue1138 said:

Wow this is incredible. The detailed work on the scales speaks to the meticulousness of your work. I also love the ivory/cream shading of the white dragon color scheme!

 

I have to admit, I'm actually not 100% happy with the white one.  It took me the longest to finally just stop futzing with it and accept what it was.  I know I didn't want to go the usual blue/cool shaded white that I see most folks do.  So I used a stylized version of some natural resources for color choices instead.  I think it's the "chalkiness" of it, which I've heard can be an issue when painting white.  But everything on her was an experiment.  And in the end, I'm happy with the overall figure as I learned a lot doing it.

 

3 hours ago, Clearman said:

Beautiful work!

 

I'm curious to know what was used for the base though.

 

Base is an 11" wooden round plaque I bought at Michael's.

 

And thanks, everyone, for the compliments!

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I think this is one of the best painted dragons I have ever seen!

Absolutely amazing!!

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