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Dear All Concerned,
Looking good as always doc, esspecially nice conversions! But I would please like to see some closer pictures...
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Very impressive, love the colour scheme!
I wish I could paint as good
Once again, looking good. I have 1 question though: the bare headed female commander looks kinda... naff... Perhaps a better picture of her? As i'm sure she is proper.
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The Dutch Legion
Looking really good. I love the hammerheads. :]
Wonderful job you have done there Doctor... It is nice to see the continuation of a nice attempt in an unique army you have started!
I really like the way you have put the capes on the backs without being too "off". I really like your style of painting!
All in all a very nice painting!
Thanks to all the people showing faith in me
I sometimes feel that everyone will leave me and they will be on their own...
heya doc, having seen this army on the table, I cant wait to see this addition. squad looks great, where did you get the capes? how much is greenstuff/kitbashing?
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Great job on that unit! The conversion work is excellent; it's always great to see common models put together and painted in a great way, especially with great bits to give them personality. If I may ask, could we get some close ups? It'd really give your attention to detail more credit!