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The black is very well done IMO.  Definitely reads as black to me.  He will make a great thug.

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Excellent color selection and very well executed. The skin is fantastic

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Nice, subdued colours, that work very well for a highway man. The eyes look great and you successfully avoided the "startled" look. The only suggestion I have is to apply a glaze to the skin to make the transitions between highlight and shadow more subtle.

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Nice, subdued colours, that work very well for a highway man. The eyes look great and you successfully avoided the "startled" look. The only suggestion I have is to apply a glaze to the skin to make the transitions between highlight and shadow more subtle.

Yeah, good call. I'm really getting into glazing now, it's amazing what a difference it can make.

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Lighter is better, I've learned. After painting a few figures with lighter base coats, all of my other work looks too dark and drab.

 

I'll bet this guy registers quite well on the tabletop.

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