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Trying to follow guides, and get my stuff into the proper forums, and this guy started in my WIP thread, but really belongs here.  I'm not happy with his "overcoat" so that will be sliced and changed.  His right hand is also terrible, so that will also be changed, especially since the coat and hand blend together.  I am most happy with the "sculpy fire" at the top of his staff.

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