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  1. I have recently started slopping paint on Vanja and there are a few pieces of feedback I am hoping for plus any critiques along the way would be useful. I opted for the Frost Giant scheme to make her match the Frost Giants from Bones 3. Now, this was before I saw the scale comparison and realized she is a might bit too short for them. Oh well, maybe she can be Napoleonetta. Anyhow, this is the first non-fleshy type skin I have done so I am looking for feedback on her skin tones. I know the pic in profile shows the stark line on the side of her face. I didn't notice it was that bad until photographed. I am thinking I will go back and soften the edge a bit. I do like how it thins her face down quite a bit so I will keep some of that darkness. Also, for her cloak, I feel like it could use a bit more something. I am considering a couple of options for washes. Right now I am on the fence between a dark purple or a chestnut brown. My end state is to have the scales better defined and I know a wash will do this. So far I have put on a dark green wash. I am not sure if I feel like tackling a pattern on the scales or not at this time. Anyhow, other feedback appreciated too.
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