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Oni No Mizu (water elemental) - Rokugan

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Thanks painting pals!

It is fun to let go with some saturated colors and just let the paint flow as it would. I'm really pleased that it is giving that feel of malevolence. a touch of personality does a lot for pieces like this.

 

I picked up the new Bones huge water elemental the other day, and I've had so much fun with all the water elementals I've done that it will probably see paint sooner than later. There is something very relaxing about painting the fluid forms that they have.

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