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Heavy Metal Archangel (or Kuro gets off his lazy butt and paints again!)

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The shading and highlights look great as does your blending! I like the colors you chose and the base itself tells a little story. Cool mini!

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Great blending, very good skintone.

 

I love the base, it creates a great action pose like this.

 

What did you use for the barbed wire?

Looks great.

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I had no idea that that mini could look SO GOODWONDERFULLY WELL DONE!

The empty soda can is, of course, my favorite part.

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Well done! I always wonder how to figure out the reflection and shadow patterns?! You seem to have mastered it.

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