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Very nice. I like how you are using the limited color choices to speed up painting.

 

 

definitely makes it quicker, if not as pretty

 

but, since they're just table top quality, i don't need pretty XD

But they ARE pretty. :blink: They look like Arthur Rackham watercolors.

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Very nice. I like how you are using the limited color choices to speed up painting. 

 

definitely makes it quicker, if not as pretty

 

but, since they're just table top quality, i don't need pretty XD

 

 

And if you do pick one out to be a character or important npc you can always add to it to make it special. 

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Very nice. I like how you are using the limited color choices to speed up painting. 

 

definitely makes it quicker, if not as pretty

 

but, since they're just table top quality, i don't need pretty XD

 

 

And if you do pick one out to be a character or important npc you can always add to it to make it special. 

 

 

yea, and this way i can knock out my backlog quickly without agonizing over getting faces right

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 Nice.... I agree with Pingo - the color choices definitely give them all a certain visual character, as though they all stepped out of the same illustration or something.

 

 

(Technically, though, none of the three halflings are female, although I suppose the fact that Hellakin's pose/cloak and Woody's armor cover any lack of breasts mean they could be used as such...)

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I love your muted and complementary (visually, not in the sense of color theory.  ;) ) color scheme, as well as just the particular colors you chose!  They all look like very realistic...people!  Bonus that there are practically no chainkinis--Seoni gets a pass on the revealing clothing because spontaneous casters are a little eccentric anyway.

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 Nice.... I agree with Pingo - the color choices definitely give them all a certain visual character, as though they all stepped out of the same illustration or something.

 

 

(Technically, though, none of the three halflings are female, although I suppose the fact that Hellakin's pose/cloak and Woody's armor cover any lack of breasts mean they could be used as such...)

 

i know, but i saw them as female and decided we didn't have enough female halfilngs XP so i included them in that grouping

 

they're very....what's the word? i don't know the word right now. Where they could go either way, depending on what you want. No feature says male, no feature says female, so i went with what we had least of

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Nice.... I agree with Pingo - the color choices definitely give them all a certain visual character, as though they all stepped out of the same illustration or something.

 

 

(Technically, though, none of the three halflings are female, although I suppose the fact that Hellakin's pose/cloak and Woody's armor cover any lack of breasts mean they could be used as such...)

 

 

i know, but i saw them as female and decided we didn't have enough female halfilngs XP so i included them in that grouping

 

they're very....what's the word? i don't know the word right now. Where they could go either way, depending on what you want. No feature says male, no feature says female, so i went with what we had least of

Androgynous.

 

Dingo, mercenaries sergeant (to be showing up on Bones III) is even moreso. A youngster of my acquaintance is adamant that he's a girl.

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