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Oathsworn Half Orc Barbarian in sensible shoes

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That has got to be the most beautifully color constrained, color combination superior mini I have ever seen.

Citrine, this is just plain breath taking, Jeg elsker det !  (I love it).

Jay

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Det her e bærre lækkert!

 

Maybe add some weathering on that blue roll of fabric at the bottom of her pack. It's going to end up in the dirt whenever when she takes it off and puts it down on the ground.

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Your lining between areas is spectacular!  It's a technique I've not done really well with myself, but boy does it make the mini look sharp.

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Amazing lining all the way through. Love your color choices. Excellent shading on the face, really makes the smirk of her expression come through quite well.

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Wonderful work!  She was my favorite piece of that set, and you've really brought her to life.  I love all the different colors of her explorer's packs.

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