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Mid-Nor Musician

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I started this little guy some years ago, but then I got stuck and he just set on my shelf of shame and stared at me (I had already painted the eyes).

Now I finally finished him, so it's a collaboration of Younger Samedi and Not-So-Young-Anymore-Samedi. Funny thing is, I have no idea what colours Young Samedi used, I just remember mixing some greens and browns together for the skin. And of course my all-time favourite metallic: The copper of the old Reaper Pro Paint series.

 

Young Samedi was a keyboard player, that's why he liked this mini so much - I mean, how many minis of keyboard players are there?

Not-So-Young-Anymore-Samedi plays keyboard only very sporadically. But at least he finishes his painting projects now and then... :lol:

 

So enjoy, C&C very welcome, as always!

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Mid-Nor one of my favorite Confrontation races.

Great job!

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