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This is Salty Saber the barnacles covered lobster claw mutant from Razig’s crew.

I’ve choose a pale green skin tome so it will look more like a zombie.

 

I really enjoyed painting this Gene Van Horne model.

It is full of nice details like the sea star on it’s back shoulder.

 

I hope you will like it! All comments and critics are always very welcome.

 

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That's a pretty awesome sculpt!

Love how you did the blade, the skin and the cape a lot!

I'd give the edges of the lobster-claw and the blade a little extra highlight (on some spots, not allover) to bring more contrast and to pull the attention of his enemies warning them it'll be the last thing they see if they step any closer...

 

In the first picture, his face reminds me to B.A. of the A-team... but that's probably just me ;-)

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Thanks Gene, it’s a real pleasure to receive your feedback on one of your models.

 

I’m also a big fan of all the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. World’s End was one of my favourite along with The Curse of the Black Pearl. That’s the main reason I chose Razig’s crew as my the first Warlord army to paint.

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I really do think this is the best you've done on one of Razig's Crew Members. I think the not skeletal figure help pump up the creativity a little. Not much you can play with on a Skeleton, so they all seem close to the same after awhile. The new photos and addition of the highlights came out well. The jacket is my favorite part though. Beautiful coloring.

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