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You did a good job on this figure. I hate this figure and the style of it, I don’t care for the shoulders being giant and big hands with a tiny head. I have it assembled and sitting on my table, waiting to get painted. Going to follow your lead and do a simple dark steel paint job on him!

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Cool mini. Is the first time I see it (the cast I mean, till now I had seen only the concept art). 

I'm a bit disappointed, I was hoping for a bit more hulky look, head even smaller and almost lost amongst a bigger armour. 

It does look good though, and your paintjob is really on point. 

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