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77090 Mason Thornwarden

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Finished up #77090 Mason Thornwarden. Kind of have a love hate with this figure, I love the pose and design but the bones version just loses so much detail compared to #03500 which I also have The face was particularly troublesome. as he basically did not have a left eye. But as with everything its all about learning and I am mostly happy with how the cape turned out as well as the quiver.

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I like how you did him up--those eyes are super intense. That's a Hunter's Mark face right there. 
The washes and shading on the leatherwork, especially the quiver, are very well done. 

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