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BONES IV: "Dance of Death"

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I think your chosen colour palette works wonderfully.

 

That’s a beautiful display piece.

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Wonderful

I love it!

We're our own worst critics! I think you can be proud of this!

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Thank you all! 

 

A doubt I had was with red one's wings: if do it with that toasty brown-black and just a bit of a highlight or fully paint it with blendings from dark brown to orange. Ultimately I think that it looks best like that. 

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Well done!  You have a piece to be proud of there.  I really like the lower dragon, the color and detail stand out really well.  The base is also a very food level of providing interest without drawing attention away from the dragons.

 

Keep up the great work!

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I really like the color of that lower dragon, especially the way you did his wings.

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