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The weather is basically perfect, so I have been outside painting and writing D&D adventures while enjoying the sunshine!  I got this bad dude finished a little bit ago and I am pretty proud of how he turned out.  I will probably go back and touch a few things up later on, but right now I would appreciate any critiques and advice.  Thanks in advance!

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Good work on him.

 

Advice---give the base a little more attention. I'm not certain if it's supposed to be dirty snow, or stone.

Either way, spending a little more time on it will make your figure look even better.

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