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Hans looks like he could use a good meal or several years of good meals. You did a WONDERFUL job with the Svelte Warrior. Brushwork, color choices, & base are SPLENDIDOUTSTANDING WORK!

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Thanks everyone;

This has been another fun Mieer sculpt to paint.

I had so much fun using all the shades of green on the figures, and making up the base.

Love the grass when I can switch it around, and use three different types in a base, and then

also use the tree tufts to add height and color contrasts.  This is a fun mini to do;

but be prepared to really work hard on the pinning process.  The sculpt quality is superlative !

Your comments have been very supportive.  I'm still playing with that color wheel, it makes all the difference

in the world.

Jay

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I don't know why, but I can hear an Ocarina playing when watching these pics...

I laughed my butt off over your ocarina comment. 

It does look like he is doing a two step dance...ROFL.

Good One !

Jay

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Thanks Jasper The Second;

Your positive like made my day today.

I've been working on my next one, and OH MY.. Its another Tom Meier Sculpt. LOL

Elf Warrior !

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