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Man o man, those eyes are haunting! This is by far my favorite Chibi to date!

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She is a LOVELY creation, BEAUTIFULLY painted in an imaginative array of colors. I love her eye & the multicolored snakes are WONDERFULVERY WELL DONE!

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She's great! I really like the skin with the purplish shadows and her eyes are super creepy! Very good idea to use different types of venomous snakes both to add interest and pops of color but also to draw the eye in for a closer look. She's wonderful!

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She is SO BEAUTIFUL! Her eyes are just amazing and then all the snakes are different colors and different patterns and with scales that look so textured! And her skin! 

 

This is going in my inspiration folder for sure!

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Many thanks, I'm very happy you like her. The base color for the skin is 09084 Pale Lichen, a color I recently bought and really like because of its dull neutral tone. I shaded with 09028 Muddy Brown, I think that's the color I use to most, on almost every model I paint. I then re-worked the skin with Pale Lichen and glazed with 09014 Grass Green and 09240 Royal Purple. I completed with a very light yellow highlight on her forehead and along the nose.

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Thanks, it's not often I read this word, it remind me of some lyrics... from 1982.

 

"But I feel drawn towards the chanting hordes
They seem to mesmerize, can't avoid their eyes"

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