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    Warriors, warrios and more warriors!

    Wow, it has been a while since the last time I posted here, it has grown so freaking much!!! Wow.
    This time I am here to show you some of my original warriors from "Minions: the Acores and Seatas war" story. They are all between 7-9 inches in scale with each other. Sculpted in epoxy resin, molded and casted in polystone resin, and then painted with washed acrylics
    So lets begin:
    The Cleric


    The Vicar


    The Priest


    Drakkar


    The Oracle


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    And here goes the last three:

    The Minister


    The Monk


    The Preacher


    And painted with photoshop




    I really hope you like them
    You can check some of my commercial work at my site http://www.alterton.com or to found out a little more ablut Minions.
    Thanks for watching
    Alterton

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    WOW these are good. You will probably get plenty of comments - so I just want to say the Drakkar-weapon has a nice shape and a painting to die for (or die by...).

    OK and the Ministers Shield is inventive and very smooth sculpting...

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    The detail in your work is always a punch in the gut. The attention to details (and the details in the details) is what makes your work so immediately recognizable.

    I caught the first group in the series on another forum, but it's worth mentioning again how much I enjoy their design and execution. The last three really do round out the set. Of this latest run, the Minister is my favorite in the group.

    ~KU

    ... a cry went up into the shuddering air, and faded to a shrill wailing, passing with the wind, a voice bodiless and thin that died, and was swallowed up, and was never heard again in that age of this world.

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    Great stuff buddy!

    MVT

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    Wooow, I just can´t close my mouth, so amazing,congratulations

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    hehe, I spotted the use of technics lego ;-) Clever

    All look great and each one has a unique feel, that had to be challenging

    So, where will your imagination take you today?...
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