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    Love it !!! Nice details...

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    Terrific!! No idea how you got that crisp details done. Simply stunning!

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    Just a little nitpick that I have... and it's the same mistake almost everyone that models a belt makes... but the little metal fastener that pokes out of the belt should be on the opposite side of the buckle.... there's a top-row model of a sorceress woman that makes this same mistake.

    It's not a big deal... just that it'd be hard to put that belt/sash on.
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    Oh and besides that, excellent work
    Those aren't real swords, you can't even make fire with'em.

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    Top!

    How do you manage to paint such large alphas with the roll function?

    Really inspiring, thanks for sharing!

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    The patterns on the jacket are so lovely! He looks very aristocratic...and scary.
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    that is sick, as usual top row

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    Wow, beautiful design. Love it.
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    your stuff looks fantastic as always, ced.

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    Thank you all guys

    yep the roll function is quite hard to use somtimes but if you paint veerrryyy slowly or if you use backtrap/snaptotrack function as well, you can get some nice results

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    Outstanding In Every Way - Amazing I Could Only Dream Top Top Row

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    Really amazing inspiring work, you should create some training videos that take a character from start to finish, it would sell big time. thanks

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    Your attention to detail is incredible, i hope to one day be this good
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