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Tiefling Summoner (DSM - Evil Female Mage)

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I picked up the evil female sorceress (DSM7402), and the variant summoner (DSM2204), but haven't tackled either one yet. I like what you did here, and I agree that your next step should be working on freehand. not necessarily on this one (I think it looks good as is), but definitely in the near future.

 

Really enjoying the details on the DSM figures, the two you linked are pretty cool too, hope to see your take on them soon.

 

Thanks for the compliments and for the advice to go for the freehand Dave  ^_^

 

I wouldn't have said it if I didn't think you were up to the task. I've done very little freehand myself, and that's been limited to stripes (and the mediocre attempts at tartans on my Trollbloods). My advice to you is: Don't start with tartans.

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UPDATED with MUCH better pictures, these capture her skin tones as they look in hand very closely. I also took an extreme close-up of her face, which always makes me cringe.

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I am a little late to party on this one.. Really like what you have done with her. Blending is smoother and very nice color choices. Love the base!!!

 

Thanks Clever Crow!

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No kidding! I missed the WIP and everything on this one. Great job Uber! You're getting better by the mini! Of course in my movie, she'd be played by 19 80s Era Kathleen Turner. Excellent work my friend!

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No kidding! I missed the WIP and everything on this one. Great job Uber! You're getting better by the mini! Of course in my movie, she'd be played by 19 80s Era Kathleen Turner. Excellent work my friend!

 

Thanks Kharsin!  ^_^

 

1980's Kathleen Turner, interesting choice.

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She is an UBERCOOL Evil Babe...strange eyes, pink tint to her skin tones, & pouty lips add to the effect. VERY WELL DONE!

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She is an UBERCOOL Evil Babe...strange eyes, pink tint to her skin tones, & pouty lips add to the effect. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thank you malefactus! 

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No kidding! I missed the WIP and everything on this one. Great job Uber! You're getting better by the mini! Of course in my movie, she'd be played by 19 80s Era Kathleen Turner. Excellent work my friend!

 

Thanks Kharsin!  ^_^

 

1980's Kathleen Turner, interesting choice.

 

Actually, I can totally see that.

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