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***In another bout of insanity, I had started this mini as well....***


***And it's about time too....***


***Yes my Queen of Darkness....***


So while hunting the Bay of all Evil, I ran across the 'human' Avatar of Takhisis from the box set for a good price, and bought her. After she made her way here from Denmark, and got cleaned up and primed, she has been getting som paint here and there...

  • Decay Black base coat for the skin, followed by MSP Dark elf triad...(incomplete)
  • Eyes were White Sands and Aldebaran Red
  • Bikini with Sunset Purple

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***I mean I already painted her Awesomness' Human Avatar, (DSM Barbarian Queen), so I thought that MY people would be fitting for an Avatar of the Queen of Chaos....***


***I will reserve my judgement until I see what you have done with my other mortal form.....***


***Yes my Queen! I will do my finest work!***


***You had Better!***


(Ma'al Drakkar....)


****AAAAAAhhhhh Dreamy.........****


Comments, critiques and distractions welcome!



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A fine start on another beautiful girl.


*** Wags tail***


*** Can't wait to see her finished***


*** Really? Aren't "we" forgetting someone???**


*** Yikes***

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Thanks everyone!


Some work during hangouts on her skin with the dark elf triad, Anthracite Grey, and a black glaze...


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Thanks for looking....





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Here is the pic I believe the sculptor based this mini on...




fishnets are not happenin.....

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So worked on her some moar when not snarfing things due to hangout shenanigans....


Started on the jewelry, and the boots....

Discovered many interesting things about the mini while looking at it and the earlier posted pic...


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Her left eye is bugging me....


As always, comments and critiques welcome!



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So I went over her hair with MSP Leather White, cleaned up around the jewelry with Dark Elf Shadow, and added another coat of African Shadow to her boots...

Discovered the fishnet stockings are sculpted on the mini.... :blink:


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Still need to fix that eye....


Thanks for looking!



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