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So here is my second try at Balto Burrowell.

The first was last Fall's Exchange, and it was going to be this mini, but it got damaged so.....

(Info in WiP)

 

Kind of another case of 'I want you off my desk' working here, as I started him quite a while ago...

 

Here he is, on his elevating Secret Weapon Base...

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And some Higher Angle:

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Comments and Critiques welcome!

 

George

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Thanks everyone!

Great job, I like the very simple and effective base and the little freehand you did on him.

If you are referring to the yellow 'stripes' on his sleeves, they are part of the sculpt....

I always thought that they were drawstrings to gather all that cloth up around his wrists....

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Thanks everyone!

 

Great job, I like the very simple and effective base and the little freehand you did on him.

If you are referring to the yellow 'stripes' on his sleeves, they are part of the sculpt....

I always thought that they were drawstrings to gather all that cloth up around his wrists....

Ahh yup.

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The way he is 'dressed' always reminds me of Jimi Hendrix or Yngvie Malmsteen....

I guess it is the little fringy epaulets on his shoulders....

 

Be fun to paint him up as a bard, and He is already doing the Dio 'Devil's Horns' with his left hand!

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