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He looks good! I see your skill improving. You can pop a matte varnish on him later ^_^

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19 hours ago, Cyradis said:

He looks good! I see your skill improving. You can pop a matte varnish on him later ^_^

 

Thank you for saying this, sometimes it’s tough to notice incremental improvements in your own work. He’ll have to get in line for the dullcote or whatever when I get around to it, too many shiny little people that should not be so shiny on my shelf. ::D:

 

Forgot to mention, I used some dollar store “black sand” for the base. It too is a bit shiny, but might make a passable volcanic gravel or something if used properly. Now wondering if it would be paintable...

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