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Height to the eyes is about 29 mm. I wonder if it'll ever be truly "finished" (maybe if I have to), there are always small unfinished details I postpone again and again.

It was originally going to be right handed. I stood in front of a mirror doing the pose with a ruler representing a sword. When I drew a simple picture

of myself, the ruler (of course) ended up in the left hand without me noticing it. Any comments will be velcome! The materials are greenstuff, brownstuff and Apoxie.

 

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The body and clothing are quite nicely done; I'd find them interesting to paint.

 

Three critiques:

 

1) The hands and fingers are both a bit large, but hands are notoriously hard to do.

 

2) The eyes are set a bit high in the head.

 

3) The volume of the head looks to be a bit less than it should be. (The effect is exaggerated by #2, above.)

 

(2 and 3 are predicated on the figure being intended to be a human, of course.)

 

I hope those help. And, for what it's worth, I wish I had a tenth of your sculpting talent.

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The clothing is great.

 

Someone mentioned the fingers, and I think the same critique could be leveled at the toes/feet.

 

I'm jealous of the work you did on the torso. Nice.

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