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This is one of my favorite Hasslefree figures! This is a nicely gothic version of her, with the cliff and all.

Thanks! She is the first Hasslefree that I have painted. I have a bunch more waiting on me! I really like her.

 

Looks excellent, love those waves!!

Thank you! That was part of what I wasn't sure if it was going to turn out right.

 

What a fantastic job, both on the painting and the basing I love the cloth against the back of her leg ;)

Thank you! She was fun to paint with all the folds and clingy cloth. She would be fun to try doing sheer cloth on maybe.

 

Love it, gives the feel of her standing there all alone.

That's how you're supposed to feel...like she is so lonely and sad. So yay! The feeling I wanted her to have is there! Thanks!

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Wow.

 

A great paintjob with a excellent base.

 

Is she waiting for her husband to come home? ( Fisherman, Sailor)

 

Or is she mourning a lost lover? Or just dreaming how it would be to cross that sea?

 

Awesome piece,.

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This needs more Like buttons for me to click.  Those crashing wave effects are FANTASTIC!  And the cliff and scrubby vegetation, and the figure with that melancholy pose and the windswept hair -- it just all goes together so perfectly!  I find it rare that a miniature inspires quite so much emotion.  This is inspiring!

 

Re: So Tiny: I'm not sure what scale Hasslefree is, but the few Hasslefree figures I've gotten are surely smaller than comparable Reaper figures.

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