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Something I never do, and I feel the urge to do right now, is save pics as reference. This is just awesome is some many levels!!!!

 

I want to paint stubble beards like that. Any pointers?

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When I first looked at it I thought I was looking at a picture. This is well done!

 

EDIT: Wait I am looking at a picture... I mean a picture of a picture.lol

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Wow, he's amazing. Congrats on the 2nd place finish with him, he truly deserved it. Love those DSM figures, such character in so many of them. 

 

I'm also interested in how you did the stubble.

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Magnificent painting !

The balance, the color, the blending..its a Master Piece !

As Willen Said... That is a piece to emulate.. Well Done !

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This is one of my favorite DSM minis! I actually made a role playing character based off what this fellow looks like (not your rendition but the mini itself). Great job!

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Second place after Marike is kind of like first place, really.

 

Beautiful paint job. A study in pushing contrast, that's a really awesome way to take things down to black without it looking stark. Masterful, indeed.

 

Not to mention you getting all showy with green nmm :)

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