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OUTSTANDING! The Big personable Shaman & the equally personable skull on his staff painted up BEAUTIFULLY. I love your color choices AND the base is SPLENDIDVERY WELL DONE!

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Thank you. I'm glad you like it. I mostly used dull colors to paint the Goblinoid. I think it helps see some detail better, like the tooth-shape jade gemstone, the magical effect running down its staff and the feathers. Also, I like how the left horn of the ram skull is bended differently. It was a great model to paint.

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I really like that skull on the end of the staff and how the teeth color is different from the rest of the bone. I usually just paint it all a bone color, but may try this out in the future.

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As expected (after seeing other paintjobs by you) again a great paintjob and yes I also think you made some pretty good colour choices here. Thumbs up!!!

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