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Maybe disappointed is the wrong word. I like him, but felt maybe there could have been more I could have done with the base other than use some scrap milliput  from filling seams. But it is still quite fun.

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I love the deep green-blue look going on here.  I get a sense not only of the shark's own color, but that he's in an underwater scene to boot, as if the light is being filtered.

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I love the deep green-blue look going on here.  I get a sense not only of the shark's own color, but that he's in an underwater scene to boot, as if the light is being filtered.

Thanks. That was really my goal with this experiment. Limiting my color palette to capture the underwater setting of some of the new Bones II minis.

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Very good. I love the green, indeed it seems like an underwater light effect,.

Maybe shallower water, sunlight... very cool.

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Surprising one's self is a wonderful achievement. 

Beautiful work, and the base is very suitable to the subject.

Grow into the hobby, if your perfect from the start, you learn little,

and satisfactions are few, and far between !

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Agree with the other folks, love the blue-ish greenish tint to him that makes him look like he's walking around underwater. Shadows on him look great too. And I love all the little details you've added to his base. Did you sculpt those sand dollars? They look very nice.

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Agree with the other folks, love the blue-ish greenish tint to him that makes him look like he's walking around underwater. Shadows on him look great too. And I love all the little details you've added to his base. Did you sculpt those sand dollars? They look very nice.

Yeah. I was gap-filling some of my larger minis and had some left over milliput, which I tend to use to sculpt base materials. So yes, I sculpted all the stuff on the base.

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I think it looks very good indeed you absolutely captured the skin tones

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