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oooh, nicely done on the freehand striping! Looks really nice. And I'm digging the green pupilless eyes, too. Verra nice.

 

Are those bases and background Hirst blocks?

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Are those bases and background Hirst blocks?

 

The background piece is from Ral Partha Europe. The bases were custom sculpted by Rocket Propelled Games

Cool. I didn't think they looked like a Hirst mold I knew, but I wasn't sure what else it might be. RPE makes a bunch of neat stuff.

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Very Nice. My first Reaper mini purchased an painted was one of the Anubis Guards. I had grand plans to do what you did here and do them all, but alas, my direction changed. Anyway, what you have done with these is fantastic. Free hand is Awesome.

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Very nice! I like the slight color variations between them. My one critique would be that the armor looks too similar in color to the skin, though the metallics might help that in person. The shading on their off-white skirts is quite nice as well.

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Very nice! I like the slight color variations between them. My one critique would be that the armor looks too similar in color to the skin, though the metallics might help that in person. The shading on their off-white skirts is quite nice as well.

 

Now that you say it, I see that too. I guess basic chain over black skin doesn't work so well.

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Very nice! I like the slight color variations between them. My one critique would be that the armor looks too similar in color to the skin, though the metallics might help that in person. The shading on their off-white skirts is quite nice as well.

 

Now that you say it, I see that too. I guess basic chain over black skin doesn't work so well.

I think copper armor could look really fantastic on these guys, if you were to do some more at some point.

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