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  1. This is one of the add-on set of the Thank-You Pack in the Bones II Kickstarter. I don't know what she's called yet. Someone in my gaming group needs her for a PC (the character is named Scáthach, which would be a great name for this figure as she was a legendary Scottish woman warrior and martial arts trainer), and she was my officially named "first Bones II mini", so I'd best get started. Here she is primed with Reaper's Brown Liner. I painted her cape a deep woollen tartan green. I intend to attempt plaid later. Don't judge me. She had a slight tendency to topple over backwards, so I glued her down to a fender washer. I shaped the epoxy a bit to blend in with the rocks she seems to be standing on, but I didn't do any serious sculpting or anything. I primed her skin (I decided her legs are not bare) with a very pale, slightly sickly skin tone mixed from Titanium White, Burnt Sienna, and Phthalo Green. I'm going to try to make her a redhead with the pale sallow and rosy pink skin they (we, tbh) tend to have. This is her face at the moment. Eyebrows will come later with hair (or be invisible, as redheads' eyebrows so often are). Lastly I painted some stone-grey on her base. It's mixed from Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, and Titanium White and was originally mixed for drow flesh.
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