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Very nice, I especially like the way the feet scale shading turned out.

 

 

And in my experience cleaning the mold lines takes about 100% of the amount of time doing a 'quick' paint job does on Bones. So... to clean or not to clean.. that is the question.

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Nicely done.  I like the contrast between the sweet face and the monstrous form.  Perfect harpy.

I wish I could claim that was intentional!  I think that's more a credit to the sculptor than to me.  I just painted it like I saw it, and didn't do much thinking on this one, since it was just a gaming mini.  So kudos to Miss Julie Guthrie!!

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