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77578 Stormwing, Dragon - Bones 3


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20 hours ago, vulture said:

I really like your use of greys and more neutral blues. The style gives it a naturalistic feel.

The wings, in particular, are very nice.

 

17 hours ago, Schirf said:

Wow! Really great work! I really love the colors you used and your blending is superb!

 

12 hours ago, pogre said:

I agree with others upthread - the blues and grays work so well. The wings are outstanding. 

 

Thanks all! I was inspired by the dragons name & wanted use colours that you might see in skys or seas before or during a storm.

 

 

18 hours ago, Egg of Coot said:

Very nicely done.  I plan on stealing the color palette you used for one of my Stormwing figs.

 

The Egg

 

Thanks! Feel free to pilfer. ::):

 

17 hours ago, Lucian523 said:

Lookin really awesome, the eyes are greatness!

 

Thank you! I'm pretty pleased with the eyes.

 

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20 hours ago, scalehunter said:

really like the detail on those scales. In my eyes it makes it look ancient and proud like it has ruled the skies and seas for a long time.

 

Thanks!

 

He's struck fear in seafarers, pirates & costal settlements alike for many an age.........

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