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50157: Townsfolk: Ladies of the Night Nr. 2 By Glitterwolf

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Nr. 2 of the Working girls.


I tried an Asian Skintone.


She has a cigarette in her hand, bound to drop it, she might have to get in all Kung Fu stereotype and kick the biker's elf.


The Diorama is over the top and meant to be full of stereotypes , it's a tribute to my favorite musician. Lemmy..






Here is girl nr. 2









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Good work!

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I like the " oh no you dinnit" look on her face. She's a sassy one. Great job!

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