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Sarayad (dryad)

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One of the last pieces I painted for 2016, a sarayad, or noble dryad from DGS Games.  She is going to really surprise some PCs one day. 

 

 

 

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Both images were showing up in both posts, even though I did not upload them to both threads. Dunno. At least the correct one is here. 

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