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Painted up this cool dwarf.  Went for an icy look and I'm really happy with how he turned out.  Critiques and advice are always welcome!  Thanks in advance! 

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I like the glow.

I can imagine him walking through the subterranean  and his glowing eyes and weapon are illuminating the tunnels

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