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The Gold Guy is one of those Grenadier Dragons that I never had occasion/customer to paint. After seeing how WONDERFULLY yours painted up, I am sorry I didn't.

The combination of metallic & non metallic looks TERRIFICVERY WELL DONE!

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On ‎1‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 2:14 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome!

One of my favorite Grenadier Dragons!

Looks great in Gold!

 

 

Thanks,  you don't see as many of these around as the chromatics because she came out in October and not as many sold.  I enjoyed the twisty nature, though I am afraid that the lighting directionality on this one is pretty bad.  it got pretty hard to keep track!

 

On ‎1‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 12:29 AM, Darcstaar said:

Great job completing this guy.  That figure... what a contortionist!

 

Thanks.  She sat on my shelf of shame for quite a while as I tried to figure out how to separate the different scale patterns and still keep them golden.

 

On ‎1‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 8:02 AM, malefactus said:

The Gold Guy is one of those Grenadier Dragons that I never had occasion/customer to paint. After seeing how WONDERFULLY yours painted up, I am sorry I didn't.

The combination of metallic & non metallic looks TERRIFICVERY WELL DONE!

 

I always appreciate your comments and your work.  You have led me to a number of inspirations.  I enjoyed being able to mix the two and see how the lighting worked.  looking forward to trying again with the Brass and bronze dragons.  My favorite bits on this one is the horns, of all things.   I'm glad you like the dragon

 

23 hours ago, Iridil said:

Another wonderful classic - I like your choices of colors on this one - looks great!

 

I wish I could find my inspiration again.  someone earlier this year did a wonderful NMM brass tone on Wyrmgear and I wanted to copy it to a gold color.  the metal portions is further excuse to use some of the wonderful paints by Scale 75.

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3 hours ago, Warlady said:

Super job!  I have this guy, too, and I love what you did with him.

Thanks.  I keep looking at it and saying I could have done better,  but sometimes perfection becomes the enemy of done.  I am pleased with how she came out and I am sure she will be there to torment parties with her wisdom and wit, especially when said wisdom is being dispensed by a walking blowtorch!

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