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I just finished this figure up over the weekend as a commission piece. Did some freehand and a weapon swap for his offhand that went from a dagger to a longsword. I was asked to do an autumn color palette with a dungeon base.

 

Anyhow, here are the WIP pics. I'll post up final show-off pics in a couple days when my client gets it in their hands!

 

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Excellent work.  I particularly like that cloak which is impressive because I am not normally a fan of brown cloth on the minis (just a personal preference) but you built it up to have enough of an orange tone to really stand out.  

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Looking good so far sir.

 

Although, you could have left it the first picture and called it a statue. ::P:

Thanks! Haha, it's a commission piece. I am finished with him, he's been attached to the base, sealed up, packed up, and is now in the mail. I'll post final WIP pics after the client gets the figure.

 

Excellent work.  I particularly like that cloak which is impressive because I am not normally a fan of brown cloth on the minis (just a personal preference) but you built it up to have enough of an orange tone to really stand out.  

Thank you ::D:

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I really love the armorplates with those leaves.

 

also great freehand.

 

Good Autumn Colours.

Lovely! :wub: I especially love the cloak color and detail.

Thank you both!

 

I was happy with how the cloak came out too and the armor plates were an experiment with SC75's Metal & Alchemy paints along with some SC75 Inktensity. 

 

I'm really liking the metallics for SC75 a LOT, highly recommend to anyone who needs good new metallic paints.

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