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Terezinya, Bonepander Wizard (77173) (Bones)

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She is superbly thuggish, if a bit contrastly dressed for her surroundings! Oh thugs! LOL!  ^_^

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Another nice job!  Your "quick tabletop application" rather outdoes my time-intensive best work, but that just inspires me to practice more :=)

The sash thing hanging down from her right arm is very reflective of the attire for your necromancy apprentice, so maybe she's a good thug for that band?

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Thanks everyone for the positive comments!

 

 

Another nice job!  Your "quick tabletop application" rather outdoes my time-intensive best work, but that just inspires me to practice more :=)

The sash thing hanging down from her right arm is very reflective of the attire for your necromancy apprentice, so maybe she's a good thug for that band?

 

 

Keep the faith; you'll get there!  Remember, I have a few more decades experience. :)

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