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02967: Alastriel, Elf Sorceress by Glitterwolf

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Nice freehand flowers.

 

Who makes her little dragon friend?

 

REAPER, one of the familiar packs, IV.

 

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She's anime ready, blue hair and pink outfit :lol:

 

 

Thx I wanted to stray from my normal colour palette and go anime style.

glad you noticed that.

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I somehow missed this the first time around...thanks for the link, Glitter.

The Elf Babe & her Pseudo Dragon Associate are two of your FINEST efforts, BEAUTIFULLY painted in a stunning array of colors...nice freehand as well. VERY WELL DONE that Wolf!

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3 hours ago, malefactus said:

I somehow missed this the first time around...thanks for the link, Glitter.

The Elf Babe & her Pseudo Dragon Associate are two of your FINEST efforts, BEAUTIFULLY painted in a stunning array of colors...nice freehand as well. VERY WELL DONE that Wolf!

 

Thanks Al,

This was a few years ago, still have her in my display cabinet.

The little flowers were my first attempt at freehand back then.

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3 hours ago, ShantyShakin said:

Those flowers are fantastic!

 

Thank you, it's older work, but it came up because we discussed the use of pink paints.

There are many nice older threads in show off from other forumites as well.

Just try "search" and your favorite creature once in a while and see what comes up.

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