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Jay, he looks FANTASTIC! I'm happy to see you took my advice with the shadows of the armor, it really makes it look awesome. The basing is exquisite, lovely little flowers and choices of colors to place on there. You've been upping your basing game for a few months now, which makes me really happy!

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Jay, he looks FANTASTIC! I'm happy to see you took my advice with the shadows of the armor, it really makes it look awesome. The basing is exquisite, lovely little flowers and choices of colors to place on there. You've been upping your basing game for a few months now, which makes me really happy!

Thanks Ub3f !

I have gotten into the basing part quite a bit.  It is a wonderful feeling to have when you look at something you have spent so many hours on,

and realize its not done, its complete, and telling a story in a way.  I liked your suggestions about adding that dark, it caused the metal to  pop

and even calmed a few down.  I have greatly enjoyed this mini !  I'm still growing in the basing area, I have to remind myself to ask "Whats an appropriate base, not "something difficult and outlandish, and close to impossible " !  LOL 

Thanks again.

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He's adorable :wub:  I have a Russian Blue kitty whose name is Kitty Fang and she would just love this!  You did a great job on the metals with him and the base is perfect.  Those tiny red flowers make an excellent contrast.

 

It's good to see you back painting DSM critters!

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You're really getting into this basing thing and anthropomorphics!!

 

The base is awesome.

 

I love the armor on the kitty.

The Russian Blue works well.

 

Keep 'em coming!

Great work!

Thanks my technocolored wolf friend.

Was a hoot to do, and I love the Anthropomorphic critters.

I really got into playing around with this one.

I love the end result.  Thank you for your kind words !

 

That looks great!

 

Soft kitty, warm kitty

Little cat so calm.

Armored kitty, devout kitty,

Russian Blue, named Nom!

ROFL.. Now that little poem is worth a thousand smiles to me.

Thank you sir.

You just made me laugh earl grey tea out of my nose... Teeheeee

 

Oh my goodness I love it!! :wub:

Thanks you so much Morihaida.

He was a hoot to paint and base.

I'm loving these minis that I can cut the broccoli off, and base.

I also like putting my slant on a mini like making it a "Russian Blue Kitty". 

 

Superb cat pally and a truly awesome base ;). Soooo good Jay

Thank You so Much Limey72.

You always make me happy when you like my work.

Goodness knows I admire what you are able to do on such a huge undertaking that you do.

Appreciate your kindness.

 

He's adorable :wub:  I have a Russian Blue kitty whose name is Kitty Fang and she would just love this!  You did a great job on the metals with him and the base is perfect.  Those tiny red flowers make an excellent contrast.

 

It's good to see you back painting DSM critters!

Dearest Anne;

To have you back and commenting on my work is a special treasure that I hold close to my heart !

I love DSM's for their quality, and the intrinsic beauty of their sculpting.

So glad I chose a Russian Blue for my Paladin, it made you smile !

Great Praise !

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Nice job, especially with that base!

Thank You Llamaroo !

Its a fun sculpt to paint.

Its a great learning sculpt, lots of options to do, and ways you can paint

it.  Thanks for the like !

Jay

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