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This guy was several hours' work, finished him up earlier this evening!  I may end up updating the pictures at some point, I'm still trying to figure out the optimal settings on the camera I used.

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lol.  I'm pleased that he turned out looking nice & fierce.  I went at the facial details as carefully as i could and I recently got a new set of brushes that came with varying sizes of detail brushes so that helped.

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