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Excellent work!

 

The skull shoulderpad drew my eye, very well done.

 

A great job on the skin and weapons!

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Thanks guys!

 

Since his shoulder skull was so large, I pushed the highlights a bit further than I normally would and I think it really benefited from it.

I also did the same with the sword and axe blades, so it's a bit of a shame you can't see them too well, but I'm learning to live with my sub-par photography skills.

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ZOMG.  Simply amazing!  I love the furs under the shoulderpads (and pants)!  Just similar enough to the skull-color to blend in but not so similar that they could be mistaken for the same material.  Epic!

 

How big is this mini?  He looks bigger than 28mm, but it could be that he's just that intimidating.  :-)

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ZOMG.  Simply amazing!  I love the furs under the shoulderpads (and pants)!  Just similar enough to the skull-color to blend in but not so similar that they could be mistaken for the same material.  Epic!

 

How big is this mini?  He looks bigger than 28mm, but it could be that he's just that intimidating.  :-)

Thanks!

 

I'm not sure what scale Games Workshop does it's stuff in these days, but if I had to guess I'd say he's a "Heroic Scaled" 32mm maybe even bigger.

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