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Gnome Paladin... Maybe a Gnome Cavaleir?

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Nicely done. The beard blends in with the gold, a contrasting colour would show it off better, but I'm guessing the colours match the players character.

 

For an armoured gnome fighter with war dog, you might want to take a look at Stonehaven Miniatures Gnome line:

 

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Nice job on  Fingal Winkbeard (02714:)

 

Maybe build up the base a little to blend in the 'broccoli'?

 

Is that a Stonehaven Gnome Darsc?

 

George

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Nice job on  Fingal Winkbeard (02714:)

 

Maybe build up the base a little to blend in the 'broccoli'?

 

Is that a Stonehaven Gnome Darsc?

 

George

Yep. Stonehavens Gnome Knight Rider On Wolf Mount.

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Love this!  Great job.  If you friend is running a gnome Paladin, my have him check out NPC by Robert Beven... one of the main characters is a one.  Love the colors.  My only suggestion would to do more the base.  Use some green stuff to smooth it out or give it a different feel.

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Thanks for all the great comments/critiques. I actually ran out of green stuff, but I should have my new batch tomorrow. Then I'll be finishing the pieces I have not based yet. Thanks again everyone! I appreciate the kind words.

 

 

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