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knightdale

There is no Light without Darkness, Finished Cypher
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[Thumb - Cyper Front Angled.jpg]

[Thumb - Cypers Sword.jpg]


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Student Curious About Xenos




Pretty nice model, but the quote on the base could do with better lettering... It kinda drops the quality of the whole piece.
   
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Executing Exarch






Yeah, this is pretty good work...completely ruined by the poor text on the base (text generally ruins a figure for me regardless of quality). Adds nothing at all, and definitely removes the suspension of disbelief.
   
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Homicidal Veteran Blood Angel Assault Marine





Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Model is looking amazing, but agree with above, just remove the lettering from the base.

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Veteran Knight Baron in a Crusader







I don't mind lettering myself, but agree that it isn't up to the quality of your painting. I like the tattered cape.
   
 
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