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I had this Pointy Eared Dandy sitting in his blister pack for a LONG time. The blister eventually parted ways with the card backing, & the separate arm disappeared into that part of the Ethereal Plane normally reserved for lost socks...not pairs of socks mind you, but only single socks. WELL I couldn't have that. SO I ordered the missing arm. Once it arrived, I assembled, based, & primed the Adventuring now-with-all-the-pieces-present Elf. He then sat for a prolonged session in Limbo until the present spurt of motivation moved moi to finish him. NOW, without further ado, the Elf About Town: ...untrustworthy looking enough, but there you have him.
I'm going to attempt painting a bones High Elf Adventurer as one of my D&D. One of the things he has is kind of cloak of invisibility (it's called something else in the book) and I wanted to make it look like his cloak is phasing out of invisibility kind of similar to this awesome paint job. Problem is, a forest/dungeon like scene is a bit more difficult to paint as compared to a space scene like this one. Does anyone have any advice or tips to pull off a similar effect?