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Nice work and good speed.  I have only gotten as far as priming 3 of my ladies. 

love your bard's armor and the half-orc swagger comes through loud and clear.

The villager has the best hair, some of the other ladies hair is a little too simple looking. 

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Wow, you are fast. I haven't even received mine yet!

 

This is a really nice collection of sensibly-accoutered dungeoneering women.

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Quick work. Congratulations.

 

Hard to see your work with these photos, though. I'm pretty sure your white background is causing the camera to underexpose your subject. Recommend +1.5 - +2 exposure compensation if you're going to use white. (Alternatively, use a darker background.)

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Quick work. Congratulations.

 

Hard to see your work with these photos, though. I'm pretty sure your white background is causing the camera to underexpose your subject. Recommend +1.5 - +2 exposure compensation if you're going to use white. (Alternatively, use a darker background.)

 

These were taken with +2, as my house isn't very conductive to lighting and we've had storm weather for a week.

 

I will try taking them against a different background, perhaps I'll use my Dwarven Forge stuff.  Thanks for the suggestion!

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Holy smokes, you didn't waste any time; i just got mine a few days ago!

 

Nice work on them.

 

I may have to borrow the 'goblinette' idea from you.

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Holy smokes, you didn't waste any time; i just got mine a few days ago!

 

Nice work on them.

 

I may have to borrow the 'goblinette' idea from you.

 

Hey, she could still work as a Gnome, too...Lini the Iconic Pathfinder Druid is green!

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Nice work!

 

But according to Buglips, they are "Girlblins"....

 

But maybe that only applies to Tangerine ones????

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Nice work!

 

But according to Buglips, they are "Girlblins"....

 

But maybe that only applies to Tangerine ones????

I dunno, that sounds too much like the Gilblins, the Aquatic Goblins from Warcraft, to me.

 

 

I wonder....do dragonborn lay eggs?

 

I believe they canonically do in 5E.

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