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Great work.  I especially like the deep shadows on his face and the shadows and highlights on his legs, and the beautiful work on the blue surface of the shield.  The highlighting on the figure on the shield is a nice detail.

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This is one of those instances where the quality of the painting/basing exceeds that of the miniature. Your brushwork & selection of colors is OUTSTANDINGAND the base sets off your creation BEAUTIFULLY. VERY WELL DONE indeed!

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Nice work!

Lovin everything about him.

The armor caught my eye, and I am wondering how you did it?

 

Sigh...

I hope FD gets their stuff together soon....

 

8)

George

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I think he looks great. Love the contrast, love skin tones, and all the work that went into him.

 

My one little nitpick is... the blue in the mace, his hair, on the shoulder armor and in the shield is all in the upper half of the figure. I like the green as contrast, but to keep the blue more balanced, I may suggest bringing it down as a highlight color on the top of the rocks. What do you think?

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Outstanding. Great job of painting the negative spaces (i.e. the shadows are nice and dark). All the highlights really pop as a result.

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Nice work!

Lovin everything about him.

The armor caught my eye, and I am wondering how you did it?

 

Sigh...

I hope FD gets their stuff together soon....

 

8)

George

For the golden chainmail I know I darkened the shadowy areas with Frontier Blue and Black Green. From there I started working up in color using Earth Brown, Tanned Leather, Linen White and then Pure White as the highest index of brightness.

 

I think he looks great. Love the contrast, love skin tones, and all the work that went into him.

 

My one little nitpick is... the blue in the mace, his hair, on the shoulder armor and in the shield is all in the upper half of the figure. I like the green as contrast, but to keep the blue more balanced, I may suggest bringing it down as a highlight color on the top of the rocks. What do you think?

I think that is a fantastic idea and is exactly the kind of 'bringing it all together that I need to get to a higher level of painting!

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I really, REALLY need to get my FD stuff cleaned, primed, and ready to paint. Every time I see one of yours I keep remembering how awesome they were (and how much I wound up spending on them!)

 

AMAZING job on this. Tremendous mix between warm and cool colors, and I love the skintones and armor.

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I really, REALLY need to get my FD stuff cleaned, primed, and ready to paint.

*cough*

 

 

I'm still waiting for a few more, including a specific one, Cash.....lol

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