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Reaper warlord marilith/ Snake Demon

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Here is my latest work, the metal Reaper Warlord Marilith snake demoness. I tried to give her an otherworldly appearance with smooth blue skin and lava-orange serpentine scales. For her clothing/armour I used gold as it has something of a Mayan or Aztec look.

 

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Nice!

 

Don't forget to post a picture or 2 after you do that.

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I have this figure and it's very awesome.  I had been toying with the idea of doing it in the same scheme you did (apparently also a colour scheme found in one of the Final Fantasy games, if my memory of my color scheme search remains accurate).  It's a good look for a marilith.

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I have edited the first post to add pictures since sculpting and painting the base. It is painted like sandstone to give the impression of a ruined temple.

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