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Kaitlin the Archer (Bombshell Miniatures)

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Great job!  I love the care you took with the eyes, face, and quiver freehand.  She is an interesting figure:  her bow is very accurate for a profile of a conventional recurve, and she is the first medieval/fantasy mini I have seen wearing cargo pants!  Unless she is meant to be a modern gal...

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Absolutely beautiful!

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Posted (edited)

She looks -- and I mean this in the best way -- like a Disney princess gone feral.

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1 hour ago, Darcstaar said:

Great job!  I love the care you took with the eyes, face, and quiver freehand.  She is an interesting figure:  her bow is very accurate for a profile of a conventional recurve, and she is the first medieval/fantasy mini I have seen wearing cargo pants!  Unless she is meant to be a modern gal...

 

I think she can work as a modern or a fantasy archer, I based her the same as my fantasy minis.

 

1 hour ago, hiddenone32 said:

Absolutely beautiful!

Thanks!

 

1 hour ago, Pingo said:

She looks -- and I mean this in the best way -- like a Disney princess gone feral.

Those Disney princesses need someone spunky to join the club!

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That's a cool sculpt.  And the freehand on the quiver is a nice touch.

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She looks great! Very nice work on her.

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Cool. Definately one of your recent best. 

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On 18-6-2017 at 5:45 PM, Pingo said:

She looks -- and I mean this in the best way -- like a Disney princess gone feral.

 

I agree!!!!

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