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Mini appears to be this guy.  I was going for a kind of unearthly celestial glow with him, though it came out really strangely in the hair.  Still, fun to paint :-)

 

Update: I didn't like how his base looked.  Although it was transparent, it didn't give the illusion of floating, so I added some "clouds", which is closer to what I wanted, but still doesn't quite give the flying illusion.  :-/

If anyone has any suggestions on how I can make him look more like he's flying, I'm all ears :-)

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

 

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