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Really nice work, especially on the sash and the face. The armguards are really nice too, I like how you've brought out the texture with your highlighting. You're clearly a very good painter.

 

The breasts look a bit off to me though. I feel like where you've got an abrupt change from the highlight color to the midtone color a bit above where her top ends they would still be catching a lot more light and be more highlighted, so I would extend the highlighting lower down, and they seem nice and round, so I would smooth that transition more. Google some pictures of models and use that as a reference for the skin, maybe?

 

Also, I think the boots would read better if they weren't exactly the same color as the pants. Maybe a thin orange glaze, to turn them from black into brown without ruining your nice highlighting work?

Thanks!  Good call, I was feeling something was off in that area of the skin as well.  Hmm, I hadn't thought about that in the boots.  That might work I might give it a try.  

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She looks confident, but worried.

Thanks, I imagined she stopped herself mid draw.  Assessing whether the situation requires her to open up a can of whoop elf or not.

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Made some progress on Angelica in tonight's hangouts.  Hair is still seems to not be working for me.  So I called it for tonight's work on her.  

 

Here is the progress:

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Her chest seems much improved. The boots need some highlighting after their glaze. The hair looks good to me from the back, but from the front I'm not seeing the same shine.

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Ok been working on her slowly while I finished up the RP elfie.  Mostly because I was trying to decide how to go about her scabbard.  Finally decided on more red.  I then highlight and re-glazed her boots.  They are definitely brown now. Think I need to go back in with some brown liner to darken the shadows a bit.  

 

Well here is where she stands at the moment:

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Noooooooooooo00000   

 

Stay away from the tattoo    she has perfect skin tone and highlights

 

unless... of course... you can pull off a subtle under the skin look!     I would make sure you seal her with a gloss coat before attempting a tattoo

 

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Thanks! For all the kind words and advice. Now I move on to the base. (And maybe a shoulder tatoo?)

Love this piece. She's already epic.

 

Give it a try! Do what robin says tho and seal her first.

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