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Super cool idea! I love the thought you put into it to where people would touch the statue etc. I need a sir forscale as well.

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Sir Forscale does make an OUTSTANDING statute...he may be trying to upstage the Dragon though. Your SPLENDID work with the brush & eye for color have made him that way. VERY NICELY DONE!

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I'll have to pick up a few Garrick (Sir ForScale) and do a few like this (bronze, stone (I have a skeleton that will probably be stone as a happy accident in painting him), maybe something else statuey haha).

 

If  Ma'al Drakar is not crazy expensive retail, I may just have to cut two heads off and make a NOT King Ghidorah! Is it out yet?

 

Great job BTW:)

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Thank you, everyone, for your kind comments! :blush: He was a fun, quick little paint job, though I may go back and touch up a couple of spots (such as around his toes and around the edges of his base) that could use a bit more copper. I think I might also try doing a few careful highlights with P3 Molten Bronze. If I do, I'll post updated pictures here.

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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