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Jafar's evil twin: 02426: Aziz Al-Jawar

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Very cool paint job and base, love that hint of osl too!

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Just too awesome! Love the base, it's like the hand is reaching out of some kind of magic rent in the earth or maybe coming out of some kind of evil primordial ooze.

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Just too awesome! Love the base, it's like the hand is reaching out of some kind of magic rent in the earth or maybe coming out of some kind of evil primordial ooze.

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That base is too perfect!  Aziz is great too, but a slime-covered skellie rising from the dark depths to claw at his would be master's robes is hard to beat.

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He looks really cool, great job on him!

 


 I also used Chaoswolf's tutorial on making stringy blood to make dripping goo off the zombie guy's hand. Pretty pleased with how it turned out!

 


 

I'm glad you found it useful! ^_^

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That is a WONDERFULLY WICKED piece. The brushwork AND ESPECIALLY the base are OUTSTANDING. WONDERFULLY WELL DONE!

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