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They look great!
I love the 2 shades of blue you used. It breaks monotony of the armour while still tying everything together.

Jeanne d'Arc looks really cool and I like the muddy boots on loincloth you did on her
 

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Breathtaking!

 

I love them!

 

Thanks dude ^^

 

Good job!!

 

Thanks ^_^

 

Very nice find on the limited edition mini! Great looking group you got there.

 

I'm so happy I finally have her xD

And thank you ^_^

 

They look great!

I love the 2 shades of blue you used. It breaks monotony of the armour while still tying everything together.

 

Jeanne d'Arc looks really cool and I like the muddy boots on loincloth you did on her

 

 

Thanks ^_^

I wanted to keep it simple but... striking I guess, so the two blue tones with the white happened and it worked for what I wanted, so i stuck with it

 

And thanks ^^

The others have the mud too, just... not as strongly (first time experimenting more with chalk dust for weathering) so it doesn't show up in photos as much

 

Good job!  I'm still working on my version Joan of Arc (blue metallic armor is smexy). :wub:

 

Thanks ^^

And nice, make sure to post her when she's done ^^

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Great hair on the lady!

 

Thanks ^^

 

These look pretty cool. Nice job.

 

Cheers ^^

 

Those all look great!  I like Ms. D'arc's eyes and hair especially

 

Thanks ^^

I feel like I'm slwly getting better at doing eyes finally xD

 

Lovely!

 

^_^

 

Very  cool paint on them!

 

Thank you ^^

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