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DSM-1150 Female Thief

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I finished off the female thief I started work on at the January NEMPA meeting.  Less than one month to get a miniature done! The original plan was to use her as my character in a one-shot that was intended to be today, but it got snowed out.

I feel your pain.  I should be gaming now but the DM went and got food poisoning.  :zombie:

 

I like how the blouse turned out, and you picked some good colors for her hair.  I do however think that the hair could stand a deeper shadow color is a few places to really make the highlights stand out.

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I like how the blouse turned out, and you picked some good colors for her hair.  I do however think that the hair could stand a deeper shadow color is a few places to really make the highlights stand out.

I decided that I would use the just the Blond Triad to see how it turned out - the shadows are definitely not deep enough. Not surprising, since most triads need to be pushed a little lighter and darker.

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Holy expletive that hair is incredible sooo well done and everything else looks amazing too

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Very nice. My favorite part is the skin tone. You have a nice translucent quality that really does justice to the Nordic peoples. The hair also looks really good, I may have to pick up the blond triad.

 

Overall, I also like the way you have the lighting and shadows.

 

Excellent work! Now can you paint an Oswald to go with her carrying all her gear?

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Sweet!  That figure brings out the consruction worker in me...    Moss and blond work great together, I'll use those soon.

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Excellent work.

Blending is magnificent, as is the color hue and balance.

Stunning job !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And to top it off, its beautiful !!!

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