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He looks really good, I'd suggest (as I think I've suggested to you before) to always do the edges of the bases in black so that the eye doesn't follow it down unless you have something that's supposed to be down there for the eye to go towards.

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I keep thinking I am going to shoot these against the background of dwarven forge pieces, in which case the grey looks really good, but I never do :down:

 

sigh, had to re shoot one of the ones I planned to upload today because every shot had his sword across the middle of his face.  Some days you just can't win...

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I like his determined expression and the contrast of blue tunic and red fur.

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Looks good! I went with a red squirrel paintjob on mine too, for the same reasons - the grey looked just a bit too primer-y..

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