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Robyn and Pets from Forgotten Realms set

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Here is a Robyn from the Forgotten Realms set.  I added to her base the fairy dragon familiar too match her little one on her wrist.

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Thanks for viewing.  C&C welcome.

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 Nice painting.

Her left eye looks a lot bigger than her right one, though - was that the way the face was sculpted?

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Cool!  I like her, she has the concentrating look and such great creatures around her.  I remember the woes with the eye in your WIP, even despite that she turned out very nicely.

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Awesome, I have this...

 

You know, I'm just going to stop saying that.  I think by now if it's an old TSR Partha people just assume I have one.  And it's true, I do. 

 

Very neato.  I hope mine turns out as nice as yours. 

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Great job! I feel your pain on eye sculpts... Sometimes I just have to leave well enough alone. She looks awesome though, and the tiny dragon is a great addition!

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