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Consider this idea completely ripped off. I've been dying to get more into sculpting and more exotic conversions and this would be great practice for me. I'm used to filling in gaps with green stuff and customizing base terrain. 

 

I'd love to see you do some washes or glazes over that apron to dirty it up and add some random dark spots.

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FRAGGIN' AWESOME! NOW DO A BARMAID!

All I could think when I read this was, "Dance for us, Dance!" LOL.

 

This conversion is GREAT! I was highly satisfied when I gazed upon your miniature.

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I was serious. The bar wench in that set would be perfect.

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Thanks everyone. I considered making the apon dirtier, but i didn't want to overdue it.

 

Unfortunately, Dr. Bedlam, my friend and I split the Vampire level between each other and I didnt get the barmaid..

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