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Arthrand Nightblade • Secret Sophie WIP • 14553

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He looks really awesome. The metallics look great, and the blends are nice and smooth. 

The only thing is the white cloth is hard to see the depth of.  

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Thanks! And Fruggs, you're right, he could stand to have some more highlighting on the tabard. I'll probably highlight with Linen White at the chest and highest folds since I still want it to read as an eggshell color. 

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Alrighty! Added some subtle Linen White highlights on the tabard and he's now posted in the Show Off forum here. I'll be sending him off to my Secret Sophie recipient tomorrow! 

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