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Deus Vult! Militi Christi Bust by Glitterwolf

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16 minutes ago, TripleH said:

Good job on him.

 

Many Thanks!

I'm learning more with each one!

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Very Nice! The blending on his hair and beard especially. In the 4th pic down, he somewhat resembles Keenu Reeves. 

I imagine that the Countess is happy to hear he's being shipped off, his presence being likely to make her nervous. 

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2 minutes ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

Very Nice! The blending on his hair and beard especially. In the 4th pic down, he somewhat resembles Keenu Reeves. 

I imagine that the Countess is happy to hear he's being shipped off, his presence being likely to make her nervous. 

 

Thank you!

 

In fact the devout Knight noticed the Countess from a distance and immediately suggested to go on a journey.

I wonder why...

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29 minutes ago, Darcstaar said:

Great job.  I love the intensity of his stare!

 

Thank you!

I think he defeated infidels just by looking them in the eye.

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5 hours ago, Corsair said:

Fantastic! He really turned out great!

 

4 hours ago, mustardgreens said:

Awesome job dude. Love the sculpt and the striking paintjob.

 

 

Thank you both!

I appreciate it!

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7 hours ago, Rigel said:

Great hair and splendid Zealot Eyes! 

 

Thank you!

He is a bit fanatical...

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The Crusader has shipped!

He's on his way to the promised land a friend, hope he will arrive safely.

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