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03811: S'Kara, Female Skoli Warrior by Cyr

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Thoughts on highlight placement? Just put a partial highlight in each spot to be smoothed out and increased later. 

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Her face still creeps me out a bit ("I can still see you - even if you split in two!"), but the rest is awesome. I am once again deeply impressed by what you present here, especially, as from my point of view, this is a demonic version of Carole Landis, and I simply approve that!

 

You know, I just thought: why not get a second version of her, then make her spear weapon a scalpel and her sword a brush?

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She is part demon - I think it is okay for her to have a stern and slightly creepy face. As long as it is well painted ^_^ I ran with it on the sculpt being really triangular - she has a pointy chin and strong cheek bones. I shaded the heck out of that to look even more-so. 

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59 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

She is part demon - I think it is okay for her to have a stern and slightly creepy face. As long as it is well painted ^_^ I ran with it on the sculpt being really triangular - she has a pointy chin and strong cheek bones. I shaded the heck out of that to look even more-so. 

 

Touché. ^^

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More progress on the armor. Next up are the shoulders. I think the animal thing on one side will be done later in another color though. 

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Hmm. I had not. I was thinking a golden bear. *shrug* I'll deal with it when I get there! 

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More work on shoulders and boots and spikes. Next up is the last glove and the bear raccoon thing. 

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

She looks great :wub:

 

Ok one more try!

 

 

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Marry me or I eat you ist not the best reaction, Wolf.

 

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Once again - I really love her. You did a great job!

 

My favorites are the NNM and the chest area, because it looks like she's wearing a see-through thingy and you did a great job on the transitions regarding that (if it is just some kind of colour mashup, that even more awesome.

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