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Female Vampire by Glitterwolf Not-Vampirella Ironwind

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A litte surprise attack ( No WIP). A quick job , I painted her in 2 hours to try some stuff out.

 

She's from Ironwind Metals ( Ral Partha) and she is a lookalike of Vampirella, only a "bit" more "developed".

 

She might not be nude but she wears so little I decided to link the Pics ..because well she might as well be naked.

 

I had fun painting her and I tried a marble green base, not sure if this worked out, but practice practice...right?

 

Paints involved..The Reaper Vampire Skin Triad..Scale 75 Antares Red, Inktense Red, Chestnut Ink , Elven Gold, Decay Black and Deep Blue.

                           Vallejo Dark Forest Green , Reaper Olive Green Triad.

 

*** Ooohh I like my new outfit...Thx Wolfie!!!  SMOOCH!!!****

 

***  Blushes*** You're welcome..it's nothing ***

 

*** Giggle..now now, It's not entirely nothing, It's not like I'm not wearing anything***

 

**** ARE YOU DONE PLAYING WITH THAT TROLLUP???, Put that tongue back in your mouth and get to work!!!***

 

*** Yes Countess...It's not what it looked like Countess...I was just...Oh Shut up you dog!***

 

*** Wow that one has a temper...see ya around wolfie...***

 

NUDITY LINKED

 

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/qq165/Balthar1964/Miniatures/DSCN4306_zpsim6vbjl0.jpg

 

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/qq165/Balthar1964/Miniatures/DSCN4303_zpslru50ew4.jpg

 

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/qq165/Balthar1964/Miniatures/DSCN4302_zpsfdeok1rm.jpg

 

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/qq165/Balthar1964/Miniatures/DSCN4301%201_zpsrhwl0kmf.jpg

 

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/qq165/Balthar1964/Miniatures/DSCN4300_zps8meiycum.jpg

 

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/qq165/Balthar1964/Miniatures/DSCN4299_zpsglatv6z0.jpg

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Dude, there's a word for people who talk to their miniatures. At least in public...

 

I remember that vamp! Glad to see she's still in production.

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Dude, there's a word for people who talk to their miniatures. At least in public...

 

***Yes there is, It is actually 2 words...  Reaper Forumite!***

 

***Have you found my replacement minions yet? Or shall I gaze on you in a way you will not enjoy?***

 

***see what I mean?***

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I bought that one from their by the ounce bins at gencon a few years ago. I have her started but my hand is nowhere near steady enough to paint the thin strips that make up her "outfit". But I'm in a bit of a "finish old minis binge" so maybe I'll get back to her.

 

At any rate. Good job. She looks good.

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Jeeez you weren't kidding about the clothes lmao

 

nicely done however! I don't think I could ever paint a strap that um strappy lol

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