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FitzBones — 77084: Townsfolk: Innkeeper

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Next up in the series of Useful Potential Innocent Bystanders is this one — 77084:Townsfolk: Innkeeper.

I wanted to make his apron and wash-cloth look disgustingly unhygienic, and I don't know that I've really achieved that, but I'm pretty happy with it nonetheless. The pockets and folds do make it look a bit like he's wearing a happysmileyface.

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I'd suggest adding some splashes of blood to the apron - pinky pale to show that it's been washed a lot - and maybe some splashes of "sauce" or "gravy"? Just smears of stuff that may have been spilled... I think this looks gorgeous, though, just a little clean...

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He definitely looks grumpy enough for the adventurers to have just brawled in his inn!

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Superb, would not eat his ploughmans lunch, excellent shading. He would fit a fantasy version of delicatessen ;)

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