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77058 Almaran the Gold (My 5e Human Paladin)

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Thanks everyone! I am going to try and retouch the shield a bit (it looked almost cartoonishly bright) and work on the base.

 

But yes, I am massively happy with the "blue flame".

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Nice work! The armor and flame sword are especially nice, but my favorite part is his hair. Those strong highlights really stand out, especially from the front. 

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