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The mini looks fantastic and your snow works wonderfully, my only critique and this is all personal choice is that the highlight on the cloak is a huge leap up from the next color down I would maybe if my skills allowed put a mid blue between. Again excellent mini and base.

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Thanks for the comments!

 

my only critique and this is all personal choice is that the highlight on the cloak is a huge leap up from the next color down I would maybe if my skills allowed put a mid blue between.

You are quite right; good observation.  I think what happened is when I patched up over the putty I used aftter gluing the cape back on, I did not match up my colors quite right.  It should have looked closer to the wolf face on the front.  Perhaps I can fix this with some more white to cover up more of the dark blue, then a mid tone blue glaze, and then restore back some white.

 

Wow! I have this mini from the Kickstarter of course, but I had missed to appreciate how awesome he is. Great job!

Yeah, when I first saw this mini, my thought was 'meh'.  But when I looked at the group WIP, I started to see how much better this guy could look once painted.  Bones can be really hard to evaluate when they are unpainted.

 

Great to see a Kord in a show off thread! You did such a great job with him and that snow turned out really stellar!

Thanks!  Hopefully some others from that thread make their way over here! 

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Is there some kind of barbarian gym somewhere that these guys all go?   "Hrothgar! You dishonor yourself! You did not restack the weights or wipe down the bench when you finished!"

 

A very richly done mini. The metal on the weapons is top notch.  I also like how wood-like the axe handle is. My only issue is that the wolf pelt is too blue for my taste.  But that's not really a mistake or error.  Just a difference in style.

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