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77070: Aviriel Tellerion, Female Elf

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Whoa, she's just dripping with attitude and style. Not trying to be the least bit inconspicuous, she's just waiting for somebody to bring it. Her face is painted so well, but her armor and paints are also stand outs. Rock on coatrack! 

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Her face is lovely! Nicely painted mini!

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I love your style of painting.. The colors are just perfect. Awesome!

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4 hours ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Whoa, she's just dripping with attitude and style. Not trying to be the least bit inconspicuous, she's just waiting for somebody to bring it. Her face is painted so well, but her armor and paints are also stand outs. Rock on coatrack! 

 

I agree with this!

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Very nice.  I like the curl to her lip -- gives her a snarky half-smile that says "Oh, yeah?  We'll see about that!"

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This is the mini I am currently working on.    I really like what you have done with her.   This really gives me something to shoot for with my own version.    

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Very Pretty, you don't see yellow used nearly enough in miniatures. 

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55 minutes ago, Mutilatedlips said:

Very Pretty, you don't see yellow used nearly enough in miniatures. 

 

Very good reason for that!  Yellow is a hateful color that sucks up all of your time and still doesn't look right when you finally surrender and call it done.

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She's beautiful; great work!

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