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Very nice skin! Really shows his musculature - and that's what he's about! You might want to line his furs or shade the fold against the skin to differentiate it from his leg/torso since the colors are so similar.

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Very nice and love the magic sword! Agree with Iridil that a bit of dark lining between skin and furs would go a long way to differentiate the two!

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Nice work! The skin tone is great. Aside from the thing with the furs mentioned above, the only thing is the axe seems a bit flat. You could try giving it a dark wash then highlighting with the original metallic color you used. Over all a great job.

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I totally agree on both critiques.   I was thinking the same things about both.  I had already spent way more time trying to give the ax the little bit of shading it has and just gave up.  I think the lighting kinda washes out the shading on the ax.

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