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@Kuro - Thanks, this is one of the many figures I loved when I saw it for the first time.  She fell into my I'm not sure I can do her justice, like the thread Ub3r started here hits on.

 

After reading the post on when is a mini finished I realized I need to get cracking on some close to completions.  I decided to make some more progress on her by working on the rest of the clack leather.  Hmm, looking at it I might have to go back and rework some color back it in.  I'll see how I feel as I progress.

 

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So, since I was procrastinating on making my base for Rasia I decided to start prepping some more figures to paint.     After see 72Moonglum paint up some old partha's I decided to work on another o

Tonight I decided to finish up the eyes on these guys.  Decided to keep the same eye color on them all, green.  I also gave the skin a lining wash.   Here is the RP Elf eyes all a green:   Next

Added a bit more highlighting to the shirt.  Then I mixed up the pants colors.  Basically took the base coat and gradually added in maggot white with 4 layers of highlight.  Then I shadowed in the pan

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@knarthex - Thank, sry for the belated reply.

 

I started back up on the reaper Elf I'll call Ami for short.  Basically I began work on her sword sheath and quiver.  The colors were the same for both so I took photo of her back.  I'll have to go back and fix up the cloak in spots, but I've gotten used to that.

 

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More work on Ami.  I managed to get the grip of her sword, her hair and her pouch worked on over the past few days.  Tried to give the pouch a less shiny look as I use the same colors as the leather for the black, just not as high of highlights.  Started working on the bow.  Looking at the photo, I think I need to bring the highlights of the hair up a bit more.  I was struck with an idea for the base, but I will hold off on that till after I get her finished up.

 

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Managed to get some more work done on Ami during the google hang out tonight.  I need to do them more often, I seem to get more work done than a usual session.  I gave her bow some more work and painted up her hands as well as touch up some spots on her skin.  Still need to figure out her leggings.  I wonder if the white works or should I go purple in the tops of the leggings?

 

Here is where she stands at the moment:

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