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77207 Dub Bullock - Bones

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Greetings!

 

I felt that "Dub" had something of a "Sinbad" feel to him so I painted his baggy pants & shirt in vibrant colours & contrasted these with a blue/green cloak. I kept his skin tone tanned but in retrospect, this does seem to be a little too close to his leather armor & braces for my liking.

He does have a mold line right down the middle of his face which is unfortunate as it makes his nose & mouth look a little strange......

 

 

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Thanks for looking!!

 

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