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Here's my first one of this set.  Came out decent.  I saw someone on Instagram do theirs and i really got inspired. 




Battle Report! 



*Using the color wheel again for the win.  Blue orange, red.  Fun. 

*Shiney jewel on bracer came out nice. 

*  hair is good (but also could be better) 

* blue leather tunic layered up well.  Noticed that feathering works better for me than just swiping.

*eyes are solid. 

*attempted adding more scratches and detail to the axe head. 

*axe wood effect worked nicely. 



*  don't like the transition in the boots.

* struggled a lot with the skin. 

*hair and fingers are too close in color and kind of blend.  

*still need to figure out how to highlight hair on curves and catch light. 

*axe head two tone metal does not look good. 









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