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Reaper Bones 3: Fire Giant Jailor

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That's great, cant wait to do mine. 

not sure about the beard, but glowy hammer is nice although I might do a thin wash to reduce lines. 

 

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That really is a SPLENDID looking creation. The skin tones along with the flaming beard & hammer make the piece for me. OUTSTANDING WORK!

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I love love love this model and the fantastic skin tones you put together. You picked out some good color choices and the hammer looks cool!

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Love that OSL and the red hot hammer.

 

Suddenly, Thor's Mjolnir with its lightning powers doesn't look that impressive if this fellow has a his own fire hammer.

 

I see you also managed to attach that dagger and barrel on him. Those bits baffled me as the attachment points weren't obvious, and the preview art showed them separately.

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I always wondered why fire giants seemed so grumpy. Now seeing this, well I guess I'd be grumpy too if my chin were on fire.:lol: Excellent job on his beard

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