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Those colours work very well.

 

They won't draw attention in public places, but he will blend in when doing dirty work.

 

Well done.

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VERY WELL DONE! You have managed to have a subdued range of colors without being boring. The brushwork is OUTSTANDING.

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One of my favorite sculpts and I love what you've done with him, Az! Well-thought out color scheme.

 

I will ding you one point for the gloves being a bit too close to the skin tone, a bit of separation there would've been nice.

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I really like this guy.  He's different, but to play up wanting to not stand out too much, you made great color choices.  Basing is nice as well.

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Love this Guy and your color scheme for him!

Your high lights and shadows are great!

I just did him myself a while ago, and chose to do him in colors very similar to what you have used!

 

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George

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