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Geoff Davis

DSM7461 Male Warrior with Crossbow

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Excellent! I know Darksword Sculpts very well. They are not the most easiest to paint. Although the ones by Jeff Grace are harmless in comparison to those of Tom Meier. But you did an excellent paintjob here. All clean, smooth and a very good highlighting. Only thing which bothers me is: At the backside of the cape the paint was either too thick or your workspace was not clean enough. There is an unpleasant roughness which is only there. The rest looks supersmooth and so I wonder what happened there. 

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