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Fantastic work, Arc!

 

Love that freehand and the basing, both level ups for you!

Thank you sir. I enjoyed this piece more than I've enjoy before. :) 

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Fantastic work, Arc!

 

Love that freehand and the basing, both level ups for you!

What he said!

 

George

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That is a SPLENDID looking Warrior. Your color choices & brushwork are OUTSTANDING...the Shield is a BEAUTYVERY WELL DONE!

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Wow, that looks amazing! Love everything about this paint job!

 

 

 

Fantastic work, Arc!

 

Love that freehand and the basing, both level ups for you!

What he said!

 

George

 

 

 

That is a SPLENDID looking Warrior. Your color choices & brushwork are OUTSTANDING...the Shield is a BEAUTYVERY WELL DONE!

 

Thanks everyone, I really appreciate it.

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Very nice arc this shows great progression in your painting

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Thanks it was a lot of checking and rechecking. It's not as prefect as I would like but over all I am satisfied with it.

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Fantastic job.  I especially like the mantle - it is very convincing.

:blush:  ::D:  ::D:  ::D:  ::): - Thank You! That is what I was aiming for!

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