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Nice, I like the stonework on the axe and that nose!

 

I do think he could use a little more highlights on the blues, that would make him look even better.

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2 hours ago, Lostraven said:

Really nice. It reminds me of the artwork of Rien Poortvliet.

 

You know Rien Poortvliet?

Do you have Dutch ancestors or family by chance?

 

 

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