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  1. Painted this up for a co-worker. This one he bought himself. I actually got him started painting an RAFM Friar Tuck today, so it won't be too long before he's painting his own, I hope. I actually thought about doing some glowing runes on the staff, but I think that's a bit beyond me at this point. At least, at this scale. I didn't even cheat on the eyes this time. 100% brushwork, no pens used. The blending on the coat looks a little better in person. The transition actually was even worse at one point, but I used a glaze of the original coat color (ruddy leather) to make it less stark. I'm trying to remember where I got the cobblestone base. Made basing a lot easier, though.
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