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Patrik Strom

Salim Ghadafar, Pathfinder Miniatures

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Thank you for the kind comments!

 

Looks pretty smooth to me.  Though the white spots are a bummer.  Touchup is neverending...

 

Yeah, I wish that just for once I would take a picture of a finished mini and not discover any flaws. Some day, some day...

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Very nice, clean work, the flesh is very well done.

 

Honestly, the white spots look as though there is just a bit of gray coming in his hair.

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