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They look awesome, I like you color choice. The Alchemist is definitely ready for adventure, you did an excellent work detailing all his equipment.

They will be impressive on the board. Can't wait to get my bones...

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I like the part where your speed paint Dain utterly blows away mine :)

 

Great work on both minis, very inspiring.

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I am in awe of your prowess. I usually paint armies for GW games and so I am familiar with speed painting, but your skills put me to shame.

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GREEN alchemist has gained a level! [/Gauntlet] (Excuse me, but it immediately reminded me of Guantlet)

 

That is a very cool paintscheme for the iconic alchemist, I like it. :)

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GREEN alchemist has gained a level! [/Gauntlet] (Excuse me, but it immediately reminded me of Guantlet)

 

That is a very cool paintscheme for the iconic alchemist, I like it. :)

I asked my friend what colors he liked, and he said red hair and a green coat, and anything else I thought would work. I used just about every color but blue, so he is more warm than cool, but still very colorful. I think I would have had a hard time finding color for all his do-dads if I tried to stick with a more limited palette.

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Beautiful! They are both amazing, but I especially love the dwarf's face, the highlighting on the dwarf's beard and the highlighting on the alchemist's hair.

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