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Love the palette you used on her, really nice!

 

And I agree, it's an amazing line of minis. Medusa is on my bench for when I can get back into mini painting.

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Love the palette you used on her, really nice!

 

And I agree, it's an amazing line of minis. Medusa is on my bench for when I can get back into mini painting.

 

I've got a medusa to show off too.  I just need to get a nice collage version of her together first.

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Nicely done! I love all three of their gorgons...will own, one day. And then I'll look back for yours to show me how to paint Eurie!

 

Really lovely work.

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That is a beautiful sculpt, and you did an amazing job painting her!  The scales, wow!  The amount of detail you put into those snake patterns and the highlight and shading on the scales is incredible, and it paid off with a great looking miniature.

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