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    As it's now in my hands will try and take some more pictures for you mate
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    Decision made to stop commissions, time to work on my stuff and develop myself. I thank all those who trusted me with their minis. I will do the odd ones as special requests and I have still about 4 weeks worth to clear. But here's to developing me again.

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    Looking forward to your progress!
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    Glotkin glotkin glotkin !
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    Fantastic news mate. Can't wait to see the big guy finished

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    Give us some decent pics, WGS! That duder looks cool.

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    Sorry SaintToad I sent some to GTG should have remembered to post them up here
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    All will be revealed by the end of the week !
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    WGS, is that yours? If so, that's a real nice job from both of you guys. Gandalf Greyhem I love the chrome effect on the 'arms' and the almost wound-like scratches. WGS he looks like a classic sci-fi terror / robo-cannon fodder. Excellent work all around!

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    Thank's SaintToad it's a goader for the beasts in my upcoming Kickstarter, Mally really brought it to life with the stunning paint job
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    Thanks for the nods guys. Dave did a lovely job with the sculpt and after that it almost painted itself.

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    Gandalf, do you have a sense of where you'd like to go as you dedicate yourself to your own projects after all the commissions? That's got to be exciting.

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    Saint, it's simple, to get good, really good.
    ive started on the course route, Marc Masclans next month and Banshee in the new year. A lot of what you see on my thread is low level stuff, Smaug was a big step and Glortkin is my next piece for me which I will enter my first competition with in April.
    i would love to be able to teach is my pipe dream, maybe not to masterclass standard but to an intermediate standard would be awesome.

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    Sounds amazing. I wish I had some classes such as those to sharpen my skills!
    Smaug was certainly a major effort and I'm sure Glotkin will similarly push your abilities. I would imagine even just relaxing the time crunch of commission work could open up some great opportunities for improvement. I think you'll be more likely to try new things if you know you have the luxury of time to adjust or fix it, whereas in commission work you'd probably be inclined to stick with what you know will work.

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    These are my latest and like you see, good for TT but hasn't pushed me.

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    Looking great dude. Can't wait for the course

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    Looking good mate, and the three musketeers ride again
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