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Very nice.  I really like the colour palette you used for that piece.

 

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Excellent work!  I like the idea of the skin tones on the wings, I wouldn't have thought of that myself.  Cool!

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A strongly painted dynamic figure. Nice job on the netting.

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Nice work, and you didn't wreck the dagger blade!  The stock wings on this piece can be a bear (as yours proved to be fatally bent) and that blade is weak at the hilt and easily broken (and, once broken, near impossible to repair).

 

It took me three tries with three separate models to finally get one of these finished.  I regret nothing, she was worth it, but I still have nightmares about that fragile dagger. 

 

(Also, she's too top heavy to stay up with the stock wings, if anyone else is looking for one I strongly recommend a 32mm+ mounting base so she doesn't topple)

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