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Looking nice!  Using different colors on key bits (the shields, eyes) is a cool idea. Still enough similar colors in the armor/clothing to tie them together, but the different colors adds visual variety. 

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They look great!

 

Using different colors on key bits (the shields, eyes) is a cool idea. Still enough similar colors in the armor/clothing to tie them together, but the different colors adds visual variety. 

I agree.

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That looks amazing, as does your earlier ones as well!

 

I didn't like that figure when I saw it on the store I like it much better now! amazing what difference a coloured mini makes. Really realy really like his kilt!

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Very nicely done!

 

The attention to detail you put in is well beyond 'tabletop' 

 

I imagine it can become a test of endurance to get that many done with that level and attention to detail. I tried once, with a group of lizardmen, and on the 40th day (or so) I said "ENOUGH!" and pressed the reptiles in to service on the gaming table. A few months later my hand un-cramped and my eyes un-crossed. :)

 

I've found it tough to get through to the last one with the same energy and creativity level as I started with! In fact, impossible! After a period of time I couldn't throw globs of paint at the things fast enough!

 

You did a fantastic job staying the course so far and putting the effort in to bring out the badness from first to last, but a break from the line is understandable. Gotta let those batteries recharge sometimes! :)

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Super!!!!

 

*** Takes notes***

 

Notes that this is a three year old thread....

 

I sense someone has been searching for mummy pictures.  Are you branching out from your Lost World project?

 

::):

 

 

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