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  1. So here is my first ever attempt as Sky/Earth (aka Horizon) NMM. I feel like my everyday NMM is strong enough that I really wanted to stretch myself...and did this ever stretch my abilities. At this point I feel like regular NMM is child's play compared to what I attempted to do here. I have mixed feelings on the results depending upon my mood. I attempted the technique on her right bracer (front/back), the small metal disc at her waist, and her sword blade. I think the sword blade might have been too ambitious given I've never tackled this before, and the angle at with the blade lies toward the horizon in every direction. I also feel like I didn't "grey down" the 'earth' on her bracer and that it has the propensity to blend in with the leather of the bracer itself. Had I been a little less focused on my frustration, I should have changed the color of the leather of the bracer to offset. It will be a while before I try this again. There is a slight flaw with the miniature on her left leg as there appears to be some faint dimpling of the metal. I treated this problem, but as I was painting realized that I hadn't treated it enough. Her mouth is quite awkward. I should have painted her lower lip a little less full (width wise), b/c I feel like she has the propensity to be a trouty mouth. In general, I'm very frustrated right now and just want to break all my brushes in half.
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