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Nice! The blood soaked robe is very well done, especially the back.

 

Thank you <3 

Blood soaked stuff seems to be my thing at the moment... I thoroughly enjoy it ^^

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I agree, the blood-soaked details are great! I especially like the bits in the back where it looks like it's been soaked up while she walked in it.

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I agree, the blood-soaked details are great! I especially like the bits in the back where it looks like it's been soaked up while she walked in it.

 

Thank you ^_^

I was trying to get it to look like she did indeed spend quite a while walking around on bloodied floors and stuff, so it'd seeped up rather than been splashed onto her, whereas higher up, it is more trickly. When I base her (eek, basing! Soon, haha) I'm gonna make sure that's nicely splattered for her, with maybe a couple of little puddles. 

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Shame you can't see the eyes, cause you did an awesome job on those, even if she looks shifty as all hell :P

But yars, she did come out well, and as everyone else said, the blood is a nice touch :P

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OOH...she is LOVELY in a WONDERFULLY WICKED way...GREAT brushwork & IMAGINATIVE color choices. VERY WELL DONE!

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I agree, the blood-soaked details are great! I especially like the bits in the back where it looks like it's been soaked up while she walked in it.

 

Thank you ^_^

I was trying to get it to look like she did indeed spend quite a while walking around on bloodied floors and stuff, so it'd seeped up rather than been splashed onto her, whereas higher up, it is more trickly. When I base her (eek, basing! Soon, haha) I'm gonna make sure that's nicely splattered for her, with maybe a couple of little puddles. 

 

 

Looking forward to seeing how that base turns out!

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Shame you can't see the eyes, cause you did an awesome job on those, even if she looks shifty as all hell :P

 

But yars, she did come out well, and as everyone else said, the blood is a nice touch :P

 

Daylight photos tomorrow, perhaps =]

 

Blood for the Blood God = legit my favourite paint atm, haha. Cheers hun =]

 

OOH...she is LOVELY in a WONDERFULLY WICKED way...GREAT brushwork & IMAGINATIVE color choices. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thank you ^_^ 

Fingers crossed her wickedness will show up in a Pathfinder campaign sometime soon, haha 

 

I'm clicking like but I want you to know that looking at that mini is extremely unsettling!

 

Fabulous to know xD 

Many thanks <3 

 

 

 

I agree, the blood-soaked details are great! I especially like the bits in the back where it looks like it's been soaked up while she walked in it.

 

Thank you ^_^

I was trying to get it to look like she did indeed spend quite a while walking around on bloodied floors and stuff, so it'd seeped up rather than been splashed onto her, whereas higher up, it is more trickly. When I base her (eek, basing! Soon, haha) I'm gonna make sure that's nicely splattered for her, with maybe a couple of little puddles. 

 

 

Looking forward to seeing how that base turns out!

 

 

There is a giant basing session on my horizon somewhere, haha - I'll update and bump with photos when I finally get round to it =] 

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Nice to see a clothed version of a succubus for once. ( not that I mind nudes, just nice to see something fresh)

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