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It's beautifully painted. You did an excellent job with the color balance nd the sparklies.

 

I hope whoever ends up with it gets a lot of enjoyment out of it.

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Beautiful, love the highlights on the scales, and the blending done on the wing membranes!

 

Love the base! Looks like he (or she) is screaming "Stay away from Mah Gold!"

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Hm. Never occurred to me to do it as a blue dragon... gorgeous work!

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Hm. Never occurred to me to do it as a blue dragon... gorgeous work!

Quite a few people have done this dragon as blue on the forums. Also seen him as green.

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 I used that same color scheme on the dragon familiar from set VIIII... (I asked Aard_Rynn what her mom's favorite colors were, and she said teal and orange... :blink:   I wasn't even aware I owned teal, lol.)

 For the orange on the wings I chose to go from carrot top red and highlight orange from the red hair trilogy through bright skin and bright skin highlight...

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I really like the shades of blue you've used. It's a lot less intense looking than I've seen used with other dragons but it really works well with the contrasting colours.

And the ruin basing really fits in well with the ruins you created.

 

One of my favourites of the pathfinder dragons, along with that green one that was linked to previously.

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