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Guenevere stood Pensive, waiting for the trumpet fanfare to begin.  In just a moment she would descend

the stairs as a new Queen.

 

As always C&C are welcome and sought after.

 

 

 

 

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Great job Jay! Your Gwen is beautiful and those folds came out very well. That's a great job on a beautiful little mini!

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Well done! She loods very regal.

 

Nice color combination. One small thing, the necklage could use some more definition, but I am nitpicking and it could be the pictures.

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do you get tired of hearing this is your best yet?  no? good.

 

Keep pushing that contrast and smoothing those blends.  your progress has been tremendous. 

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Thanks everyone !

This was a riot to paint.  Those folds were amazing to play with.

Little free hand was a nice entrance into that enhancement.

Your comments made me smile, and soon onto another miniature.

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Very well done, let's get a group stuff of the whole court;)

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Well done! She loods very regal.

 

Nice color combination. One small thing, the necklage could use some more definition, but I am nitpicking and it could be the pictures.

The necklace is so small that the gold in the dress trim is fading it out !  Its the photo I took I fear !

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Very well done, let's get a group stuff of the whole court;)

When I do the next Thunderbolt Mountain Mini I'll take a group photo of all the 25mm mini's I have painted.

So far it is 21 standing, and 10 mounted Miniatures !

Will be tough to photo that many at one time.

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So pretty! She's like a little jewel.

Thank You Pingo;

Your comment is SO GREATLY appreciated.

I admire your work, and a "gem like compliment is really appreciated", I was thinking Emeralds as I was highlighting her !

Thanks again !

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Very well done, let's get a group stuff of the whole court;)

I've decided to do Sir Gawayne Standing, and Sir Kay Mounted as my next Miniatures.

so I'll try to get a group photo of all the 25mm miniatures photographed.

Bit of a daunting project to think of.

I'll be doing both of them at the same time to slow me down.

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