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Awesome work! Wonderfully done

 

(I don't know, but they somehow perfectly fit into my inner image of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch)

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Nice color scheme - the shields really stand out - are they freehand? If so, amazing ability to make the insignia the same!

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Awesome work overall!!

 

I totally get the paint quickly to get them on the table. I have a couple of Anhurian spearman, that I'm working on right now. They aren't works of art but they'll work. Yours thou, are fantastic!

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I like this a lot ;)

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17 hours ago, Iridil said:

Nice color scheme - the shields really stand out - are they freehand? If so, amazing ability to make the insignia the same!

 

I think they are, there's TINY little differences between them, but you've got to look really carefully to see them. They look fantastic :wub:

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These look great, I particularly like the spearman with the dripping bloody shield. 

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17 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

 

I think they are, there's TINY little differences between them, but you've got to look really carefully to see them. They look fantastic :wub:

 

Oops I missed that question. They are freehand, I make a point out of not using any stickers. This trains my freehand. Thanks!

 

@Rat13: Bloodyshield guy works because the others do not have the blood stuff. :) He is special.

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