Sanael Posted June 13, 2012 Share Posted June 13, 2012 Hannah, here, is playing the role of Lady Elaydren d'Cannith, an NPC in my Eberron campaign, a dragonmarked scion of House Cannith who has taken an interest in the party. With her patronage and support, they've reached 10th level or so, delved some of the deepest secrets of the world, and, in the case of one PC, developed a slightly-above-his-station crush (that's actually working well for him, so far). I've been meaning to paint up this wizard for a while, and I figured it was about time--after over a year of taking missions from Elaydren, rescuing her from zombies and madmen, meeting her often strange assortment of "friends," etc.--to put a face with the narration. So here she is, with my own thoughts after: Things I'm happy with: she was a pretty quick paint-up, probably about 8 hours or so, and looks very nice on the table despite the speed. I'm happy with her skin and hair, and all her little ruby bits work well. I also think the palette is decent, and the red accents don't "Christmasize" overmuch with the predominantly green dress. Things I'm not pleased by: the freehand is really rough, even moreso than I thought now that I've looked at the photos. The base (hard to see in the photos) represents some of my worst GS-fu ever, which really just displays a lack of patience. I'm also mad at myself for being a chicken, as her shoulders reveal huge swathes of skin, plenty of room for me to freehand her dragonmark; I think I'll likely go back and do that, tendrils of dragon-magic creeping over the back of her right shoulder to the collarbone. 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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