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That sure is gorgeous work, and so are the sculpts.

 

I think someone once posted that Bobby Jackson sculpted Radovan. Can anyone tell me who sculpted Jeggare? I'd like to credit them when I show off Meg's paint job on my website.

 

Dave

www.bydavegross.com

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Welcome back to these forums Meg! Glad to see you back!

 

Now I'll get back to resisting snapping my brushes when I see your painted works :)

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That sure is gorgeous work, and so are the sculpts.

 

I think someone once posted that Bobby Jackson sculpted Radovan. Can anyone tell me who sculpted Jeggare? I'd like to credit them when I show off Meg's paint job on my website.

 

Dave

www.bydavegross.com

 

Dave, I couldn't find any information on who sculpted Jeggare for you, either it's not known by many or my Google-fu is very weak today.

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Thanks guys! It's weird to be back after all this time! And now that I don't HAVE to maintain forums I find myself not on them as much any more. Good and bad I guess.

 

Hopefully I'll have more Reaper stuff painted at some point to post here.

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I wanted to post the Then and Now of Jeggare. I painted the one in the Reaper/Paizo gallery in 2010. You can definitely see some major differences in my paint style and refinement over the last three years. Plus, this Jeggare took a fraction of the time and has more extensive freehand.

 

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