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Hey folks,

I know a lot of you have seen the artwork from Icarus Miniatures, but were wondering how the sculpts would hold up.

Well, I'm proud to show off our first 3D sculpt, Gabriel Cross, the bounty hunter:









I'm incredibly pleased with how the sculpt has come out, and as you can see below, it's really faithful to the original art work, which bodes well for the rest of our sculpts.




If you'd like to see more of the options available with the sculpt, you can check out our blog.

I'd love to hear what you think?
 

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The 3D sculpt looks very faithful. Something looks a little "off" about the left hand holding the forward grip.

And considering how armoured he is, he seems to be missing a cod piece.

Otherwise, rather generic, but very well done.
 

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It's nice, but it needs more aggression. As it is, he just looks like a dude trying to sight his rifle.
 

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nice boy, daft though !
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Looks good, totally agree about that left hand, what material is it gonna be produced in? 3d renders are awesome but when will you have a physical mini ready?
Edit:just looking again that left hand is all kinds of off, it looks like the hand and the dude have been made to fit the weapon as opposed to the weapon designed to fit the dude, also on the front facing picture, hes cocking his head to the side but his eye isnt lined up with what i assume is the sight on the top of the gun?
is that deliberate?



 
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