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Very nice job on the cloak and the leathers, and your work on that base really is outstanding and suits the mini quite well.

 

As I said in previous show offs of your gnomes, you're doing amazing work with them especially given their tiny size.

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Wow, that's some pretty crisp work; he looks great! May I ask what paints you use for the leathers (that little quiver looks great)?

 

Wouldn't worry about the eyes, I think they work quite well on this little gnome actually.

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The vest is blackened brown, ruddy leather, lightened with linen. The quiver is blackened brown, mahogany brown and a little glaze of chestnut brown in the middle there. The bracers are blackened-mahogany-chestnut as well.

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