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03505: Brandle Birchstaff, Arch Mage and 03693: Qualanar, Human Wizard

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Holy cats!

 

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So cool, love the owl and all the colors and the fact that the wizards are blond and not grey!

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4 minutes ago, 72moonglum said:

So cool, love the owl and all the colors and the fact that the wizards are blond and not grey!

 

Thank you for noticing! It was too easy and common to go with the usual grey or white hair. I wanted to break that mold and give them a slightly different look. 

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Gorgeous work, love the colors.

 

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Those are amazing.  I too like the idea of avoiding the tradition grey/white hair and the cloaks are just . . . I don't know, "spectacular" doesn't do them justice.

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On April 18, 2017 at 6:17 PM, AEdge said:

 

Thank you for noticing! It was too easy and common to go with the usual grey or white hair. I wanted to break that mold and give them a slightly different look. 

It turned out great I think and gives them a certainly look of vitality, instead of just being old codgerly wizards. 

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these are fantastic.  the highlights, the colors, the freehand...all of it.

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Jawdropping good!

 

The cloaks draw the attention first obviously, but the hair, the expression on the faces, stuff like the owl and the satchel, awesome!!!!

 

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That is astonishing work, absolutely amazing. I don't think I'll ever be that good.

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These are absolutely flabbergastingly good. Thanks for increasing my aspiration levels! Any tips or tricks to get the finesse on those? The shading is so fluid and the freehand is incredible! 

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