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That's a right fine paint job. Welcome to the forums. An auspicious first post.

 

In case you are interested, you can post your work in progress to the forum of the same name. Assuming you remember to take pictures. Really that's the hard part. Remembering to stop and take pics.

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Firstly. Welcome to the madhouse err forums. Hope you enjoy your time here.

 

That said, a beautiful piece for a first post. Great shadows and highlighting. Hope to see much more from you.

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Welcome to the boards! You posted this in /r/minipainting, didn't you? I was the dude that asked about your highlighting. :) Very nicely done.

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