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Female Planetouched Dwarf Fighter/Paladin

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Are they from Celestia or the Quasielemental Plane of Mineral?

 

I'm quite fond of the alternate color scheme, BTW.

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Are they from Celestia or the Quasielemental Plane of Mineral?

 

I'm quite fond of the alternate color scheme, BTW.

Quite honestly I hadn't decided the specific plane.  The color scheme came about because I was sort of undershading over the grey primer and decided that looked awesome.  So obviously I had to come up with a reason to keep it.  :;):

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That copper hair looks amazingly good. I think I'd like to experiment with metallic paints for hair.

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That copper hair looks amazingly good. I think I'd like to experiment with metallic paints for hair.

Incredibly easy to replicate. Base the area black, paint with a good strong copper, wash with a brownish red wash, highlight with the original copper.

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