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What do you think of the miniature scale compared to earlier D&D Adventure System games, like Castle Ravenloft? TIA!

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Nice work!  The only suggestion I'd make would be to do a wash over the bright green, some of the detail has been washed out by the bright color.

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1 hour ago, Sergeant_Crunch said:

Nice work!  The only suggestion I'd make would be to do a wash over the bright green, some of the detail has been washed out by the bright color.

 

Think I would have to agree with you.  A wash and then some green to bring some of the color back. Pics are kinda small so hard to tell for sure but a wash and some dry brushing would bring it to another level.  Still a nice paint job though. 

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