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Yup Jason this mini is a leap forward in skill for you, very well done you shoul be very happy with this result ;)

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Very nice!

The orange cloak is a bold risk, but you pulled it off very well, and the fall colored leaves really tie it in and make it believable.

Great job.

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I adore autumn colors! I adore how you used them!! I adore this figure! And that face is fantastic! For the life of me I cant paint in such a tiny space and have it come out looking decent. You did a great job in there! Such pretty use of color on his cloak too! ^_^ 

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