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I like your take on this figure!

Nice blue, nice crisp whites (and other colors for the outfit that go well with the blue), good metal effect on the blade, good basing.

Thanks for sharing!

Derek

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I like your take on this figure!

Nice blue, nice crisp whites (and other colors for the outfit that go well with the blue), good metal effect on the blade, good basing.

Thanks for sharing!

Derek

There you have it!

The sculptor's seal of approval!

 

Wonderful job!

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Thanks everyone, He was labor of love!

 

He is fantastic! Looks even cooler in person! I can't wait to use him on the table! Thanks so much!!

I'm really glad you like it Marineal!

 

I like your take on this figure!

Nice blue, nice crisp whites (and other colors for the outfit that go well with the blue), good metal effect on the blade, good basing.

Thanks for sharing!

Derek

Thank you! It turned out better than I had hoped. The sword is done with metallic paints too!.

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Love it.

 

All of you guys who are posting your excellent takes on this miniature are really setting the bar pretty high for the rest of us.

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