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I think she's good. I voiced my "concern" on one piece of the mini, but the rest is absolutely great.

 

So for me it is a bit sad to hear she killed your interest. But well - I know that feeling.

 

Let the Disciples sit for a few weeks and then do the next one.

 

But I once again have to say: The SKIN is very great!

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We all tend to be our own harshest critics. She is a BEAUTIFUL creation from my point of view with all sorts of interesting details.

Her skin has a lovely glow & I love your color choices. VERY WELL DONE!

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Thanks for the comments everyone!

 

I suspect now I'm not actively painting her, I'll come to like the job I did a bit more.

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You know, with Kingdom Death miniatures, I often don't know whether to be aroused or creeped the heck out.  This is one of those times.

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I think she came out lovely. With the colors you used she looks a fair bit more cheerful than most of the versions I've seen of her. For some reason I'm really like the way you painted everything on her arms. 

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