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Great work.  Every time I see one of the models from Crocodile Games KS, I get sad for missing it.  ::(:

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7 hours ago, hdclearman said:

Great work.  Every time I see one of the models from Crocodile Games KS, I get sad for missing it.  ::(:

Thanks, I'm hoping they release them to the general public on their web site soon!

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Wow! Fantastic work on this figure! The colors looks wonderful together, and your blending is so smooth! :wub:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Thanks OneBoot!

With this figure and togas, I wanted to try to get a richly colorful color for his toga. I'd read somewhere that the commoner in Greek society would normally wear white, but that upper class and noble Greeks often dressed in bright colors, so being he was a god, that's pretty upper class, so wanted a nice color and for a god of booze, purple seemed to go nicely!

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Thanks very much Chaoswolf and Cyradis! Chris Fitzpatrick did a great job on sculpting these Greek mythology figures!

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