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Brave Sir Robin is one of the first minis I finished, and still one of my favorites. 

 

Of course, mine doesn't come anywhere close to what you've done here.    

 

You even got the details on the butterfly!

 

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Even Bert Lahr didn't do cowardly that well. The Brave Sir Robin is a DELIGHTFULLY whimsical, BEAUTIFULLY painted creation. VERY WELL DONE once more!

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I love seeing you post these. I have some anthro minis to paint eventually and your work is inspiring.

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Awesome job as always!

 

As for Sir Robin's Bravery, let them laugh!

Hiding behind your shield is a perfectly normal reaction for cats when WOOF unleashes the Chihuahua Cavalry mounted on Pittbulls.

 

As for the Paintjob:

 

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor excellent burns

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Stunning - those eyes look ready to cry! Beautiful gold armor and the shield is magnificent! Great job which brings out the sculpt!

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I'm glad you like it, thanks for the comments. Brave Sir Robin was not part of my cultural background. I've learned about it while looking for information about the story behind the model design. Who said we could not learn new things while painting? :poke:

 

17 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

...You even got the details on the butterfly!

 

With its big eyes, for me the insect that landed on the shield is a dragonfly, that's the reason why I painted its body blue and I was aiming for a transparent effect on the wings.

 

15 hours ago, HolkDiggity said:

I'm guessing you used glazes?

Yes, it's glaze on the shield. ^_^

 

13 hours ago, Harrek said:

Love it!  So much in fact, I just ordered one!

I'm glad you ordered the model, there worth.

 

46 minutes ago, Iridil said:

...those eyes look ready to cry!

That's was exactly my intention, glad you like it. ::D:

 

Thanks again everyone.

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A Dragonfly have long wings with broader back wings than front wings, if Wikipedia is to be trusted. 

Then again, I've never seen a butterfly with such big eyes. 

 

Whatever. It's a stunning paintjob. 

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