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I like this the blue on the king looks great and the base is stunning. Cats are always finding dimensional doors and ending up where they shouldn't. I guess that's why mine disappears for hours without leaving the house!!!!!!! Well done

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I like this the blue on the king looks great and the base is stunning. Cats are always finding dimensional doors and ending up where they shouldn't. I guess that's why mine disappears for hours without leaving the house!!!!!!! Well done

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Ghost King looks good. Kitty is hard to see, dark on a dark background.  (I have one of those at home, she can hide in plain sight in a dim room). 

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Lol inarah I have a black cat and black hardwood floors. He is in a permanent state of I visability ;)

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Thanks y'all!

 

Ghost King looks good. Kitty is hard to see, dark on a dark background.  (I have one of those at home, she can hide in plain sight in a dim room).

 

Yeah, my picture foo is weak this day.

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The blue (because I can't leave well enough alone) is a mix of 1 drop blue liner 5 drops sapphire blue.

I then used P3 ice blue to lighten it progressively to pure ice blue for the highest highlight.

Glad y'all like the blue, it's the only thing I'm pleased with on him.

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Love what you did with this miniature, especially that blue. Now for the next level up would be to paint some blue OSL on the tombs, etc.!  The whole piece looks great as is.

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Glad y'all like the blue, it's the only thing I'm pleased with on him.

 

 

I have no idea why you wouldn't be pleased with the whole thing.  ::P:

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