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I don't know about the rest of you but doesn't the elven huntress sculpt look like she has a neatly trimmed short beard? It's something about the jawline, the chin, the upper lip ... she just appears to have a slightly shorter version of the Wolf Mage's beard. It's been bugging me for hours now.

 

I love the artwork. I like the sculpt from the neck down. The head, hair and beard just don't look quite right for me when compared to the original artwork.

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16 hours ago, Balgin Stondraeg said:

I don't know about the rest of you but doesn't the elven huntress sculpt look like she has a neatly trimmed short beard? It's something about the jawline, the chin, the upper lip ... she just appears to have a slightly shorter version of the Wolf Mage's beard. It's been bugging me for hours now.

 

I love the artwork. I like the sculpt from the neck down. The head, hair and beard just don't look quite right for me when compared to the original artwork.

 

Isnt it just shadows from how the picture was taken? I see what you mean, but I don't really see it like that (wow, that make sense!). Another picture with some different lightning would most likely give you a better idea of how the face looks, I think.

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