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A truly wonderful paint job that while clearly inspired by the photo of the model on the original box, surpasses it in everyway.

 

Really. Very well done. Congratulations! ::D:

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Fantastic work Citrine, you really made it a piece of art with your superb painting skills. I always make sure to follow your WIPs and Show-offs as yours is among what inspires me to be a better painter.

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The scales look very neat and clean, and I think he must be taking very good care of his teeth as well. Lovely!

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Thanks all, the Dragon challenge was a great idea. Without that I would not have tackled such a big project. And there has been so many great dragon paint jobs to ogle and drool over in the last few days, it has been a visual feast!

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Amazing work, full of character. That bad boy would take pride of place at the head of any mini collection. Would love a quick break down of your painting process and colours used. I'm nicking this paint scheme. ;)

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