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Wow!

Another awesome version of this guy!

Makes me want to paint one  and I usually paint bad guys..

 

Great job!

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What a wonderful paintjuob - the tapestry freehand contributes to the rich look of the fabric - it looks heavy and thick. And I really like the way you painted the metal armor.

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Thanks for your comments everyone. I'm glad you enjoyed my different "darker approche" on the model. I'm happy I could enter in time, since I didn't have much free time to paint lately. Congrats to the winner and a special thanks to Reaper's people who manage these contests and keep us painting.

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