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They are both LOVELY creations, but the improvement in technique, if subtle in some aspects & pronounced in others, is stunning. Your progress in such a short time is REMARKABLEVERY WELL DONE!

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Beautiful job Mocha. I love how you did the leather and metal in similar tones yet succeeded in making each element stand out. Also great job on the NMM.

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Both are very nice, but you can indeed see the progress.

 

The newer version looks more "alive".

 

Well done.

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Wow! "Then" is good but "Now" is amazing! There's more care at every level and a lot of attention paid to detail.

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They both look great! She is one of my favorite minis anyway and the one I use for my Pathfinder character.

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Impressive!

 

"Old" Silverbell was already really good, but "New" Silverbell is incredible!

 

Wish I saw that sort of improvement in my own painting skills.

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Well, the old version was good (and the face is great), the new version is fantastic.

 

Really inspirational to see the improvement.

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Stunning !

Beautiful painting, and two spectacular mini's !

Hope I'm like you when I grow up  !

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Those are great Mocha! Way to go! 

 

Highly recommend doing then and now! I'm definitely still learning to paint, but I've tried to paint the Anhurian Swordsman from LTPK1 each year since I've started. I'm about due for this year's edition!

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That is a great post.  I can see so much improvement in the "new" version, even though the "old" one wasn't bad.  I might have to do this myself at some point.

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Both are really well don, but yeah the new version is truly impressive in the improvement in techniques colours - beautifully done skin! I might have to try a do over on an earlier piece ...

Did you look at the first piece while you were doing the updated second piece? Or consciously just paint her from scratch, not looking at the first?

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