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Sinzirith, Blood Vestal High Priestess

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Nice work. And yeah, I know what you mean, I'm sure when going to war, glueing metal bits to your skin, would totally be the way I'ld go. And I'm pretty sure having a long flowing cape attached to my headdress, is totally great, not going to cause any issues in hand to hand combat. Lol

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She was in a hurry to get dressed that morning, got to get an early start to the day after all, the early bird gets the human heart. The She looks fantastic, silly clothes and all.

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She was in a hurry to get dressed that morning, got to get an early start to the day after all, the early bird gets the human heart. The She looks fantastic, silly clothes and all.

This!

 

Great job D!

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She is battling a bunch of Male barbarians....  the clothing is a calculated distraction as they can't help but pause to admire her when they come face to face on the battlefield...  (last barbarian she met she captured his heart ... literally)!

 

 

Now if that is you having fun painting and just going with the flow...  do it more often... its great!

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