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03321: Damien, Hellborn Wizard

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nice work on the hair and skin. 

the sandal straps don't look as good as the rest.

how did you make the decking freehand / stamp / premade?  

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The deck was freehanded using MagicSculp. (It's really hard to get believable results with a stamp around the figure's feet.

 

As for the strap, what, you don't like primer? Oopsie. I'll fix that; thanks for letting me know.  :wacko:  

 

Edit: Fixed-ish now.

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