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Hammer Time! - Hephaestus, Master of the Forge

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He looks great! Maybe a different background would help something with colder or more neutral colors rather than that warm backround with his warm colors.

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You overcame any flaws the miniature might have to produce an OUTSTANDING creation...WONDERFUL brushwork & basing with some SPLENDID colors. VERY WELL DONE!

My Evil Camera is sometimes more cooperative if I show her the new batteries I bought for her...& sometimes not.

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What a cool and unusual mini, very we'll painted;)

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Thanks for the comments everyone!

 

 

He looks great! Maybe a different background would help something with colder or more neutral colors rather than that warm backround with his warm colors.

 

I only brought the one background to see if it would help with my picture taking (I think it does), I'll have to get a grey/blue one to go with it.

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Really cool! Always makes me happy to see one of my figures painted - by someone other than me :p

 

Well done, really good work!

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