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Very well painted!! I like the basing detail too. 

 

Gotta admit, I don't understand this figure at all. His arms look like they're on backwards or dislocated to me and it creeps me out. 

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11 hours ago, Othikent said:

Nice piece! I like the NMM you did. One day I will attempt such witchcraft. 

You can do eet!

11 hours ago, Cyradis said:

Very well painted!! I like the basing detail too. 

 

Gotta admit, I don't understand this figure at all. His arms look like they're on backwards or dislocated to me and it creeps me out. 

I always think of his arms being at the end of a double swing. Like, he had his arms crossed, and swung both weapons outward as far as they would go, and this is the result. In fact, when I was painting him, I thought of ways to put an arc of blood in the air in front of him, like how a comic book might show the spray. I decided against it, though.

 

10 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Wow!

He looks awesome!

Thank you! :)

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