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Nice!

 

You may want to measure the flap that has been folded open. I may be mistaken, but it loos as if it's slightly longer than the other part.

Oh, and it needs holes for the missing lacing.

(but I expect you were about to add those soon, anyway)

 

That fur you've done with GS, how do you do that?

It looks so... warm and snuggly... Want to hug...

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Oh wow! (Is it wrong that I want this so, so much?! *grabby hands*) The mix of textures here is brilliant, and the lines of her hair are gorgeous.

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Nice!

 

You may want to measure the flap that has been folded open. I may be mistaken, but it loos as if it's slightly longer than the other part.

Oh, and it needs holes for the missing lacing.

(but I expect you were about to add those soon, anyway)

 

That fur you've done with GS, how do you do that?

It looks so... warm and snuggly... Want to hug...

 

AW! Big thanks for pointing out to lacing holes! Totally forgot about them. regarding the flap length, it is ok, just looks like that from that point. Added later: NO, you have a really keen eye! Fixed, and thank you again!

About the fur... Well, i can do a small step by step regarding it. It is really simple.

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Oh wow! (Is it wrong that I want this so, so much?! *grabby hands*) The mix of textures here is brilliant, and the lines of her hair are gorgeous.

Those hair became possible only cus of that yellow Tamiya putty. I surely could not done something like that with magic sculpt or greenstuff. Anyone, who do the sculpting, MUST try yellow Tamiya out.

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HUFFF! Looks like slowking managed to do this!

But, seriously, it is some minor but nasty flaws and the shield design (mostly!) that make it so long. I had redone the shield for a three times. Also, the straps on cloak border were to small for my 0.8 drill, and i had to make all the iron beads from putty. 

Anyway, i like how she come out. This is my most massive conversion project since "The Final Charge" http://www.puttyandpaint.com/projects/10478

Also, this is a good time to request some step-by-steps, that will be published on my Patreon. The one that surely will be done is face-painting.

But, that`s enough with words. Let`s see some pics!

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You can see other miniatures from the series here:

Dark elf http://www.puttyandpaint.com/projects/10426

High elf http://www.puttyandpaint.com/projects/10425

 

Best regards, Ivan.

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Finished with hair, although i will think about adding some more light later. Now i am working with her eyes. 

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Moar pics on my Patreon.

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