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Wow, this is a harmony of Gray's !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nice use of a difficult color.

Like how you balanced the figure with addition of bright color.

That red dot in eye, and on sword blades lends to that harmony !

Nice Job !

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When I read the topic title the only thing I can think of is Crocodile Dundee saying "That's not a snake.. that's a snake!". Don't know why. But that's all anyone else will think of now too.

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No, this is the Escape from L.A.version since it's Bones!

 

Seriously, I love the eyes and grey scales. I think the belly could benefit from more contrast.

That would be my only advice to an otherwise great mini.

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Very cool color scheme and take on this figure! Most people tend to go greens, yellows, reds! This looks great. 

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I love the scale color.  Very different from the usual green, and it came off awesome.  Good work!

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