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Kyrie, Female Barbarian

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Great work!  I really like the leather side of the wolf skin.  the tanning came through really well.  In fact, your skin tones for Kyrie and the shadows at the joints are excellent too. 

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clap clap clap !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wow robinh;

You done did fantastic !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Beautiful work !

Love those skin tones.. nice warmth in them !

Even the Barbarian will be jealous of the pelts !

Nicely Done.

 

Now we just have to figure out a title that isn't "Godlike" hmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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I recieved this figure as a bonus in my December order.  Seeing yours makes me want to paint it soon.  Nice work!

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Sorry. I did not make notes of the paints i used for the flesh. I did start with the hd sunburn as the shadow base and worked my way up through various shades of caucasian through to fair skin highlight. I probably did about 8-10 layers.

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Sorry. I did not make notes of the paints i used for the flesh. I did start with the hd sunburn as the shadow base and worked my way up through various shades of caucasian through to fair skin highlight. I probably did about 8-10 layers.

It's ok, that helps. Thank you. ^_^ I have all of those colors/triads. It's helpful to know where to start and finish. I never keep notes either but I wish I did.

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