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I get it Paul!

 

I just don't see them as tattoos but as spells crawling under her skin while she reads the book..

 

The stockings are awesome.

Tattoo on the back is awesome btw!

 

 

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Just now, Xherman1964 said:

I get it Paul!

 

I just don't see them as tattoos but as spells crawling under her skin while she reads the book..

 

The stockings are awesome.

Tattoo on the back is awesome btw!

 

 

Thanks, Herman!

 

 I'm going to work on her and her base a bit more today in a little while. 

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I like that choice of green! It seems suitably magical for her. Excellent progress :D 

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In the last pic of her legs, I noticed she seems to have a bunch of warts???

Looking good!

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1 hour ago, knarthex said:

In the last pic of her legs, I noticed she seems to have a bunch of warts???

Looking good!

Eh? Hmm sure we will go with that!

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That green really pops! Are you going to go with the same color for the cloth or a shade darker?

 

Are all of the symbols on the book pages freehand? Amazing! They look really good! That book with the stitched cover....can't wait to see that one painted!

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35 minutes ago, Pochi said:

That green really pops! Are you going to go with the same color for the cloth or a shade darker?

 

Are all of the symbols on the book pages freehand? Amazing! They look really good! That book with the stitched cover....can't wait to see that one painted!

 

Thanks!

 

For the cloth, I'm thinking some freehand pattterns! Probably gold and green. 

 

Yup, all the book stuff is freehand symbols and squiggles. ::):

 

Going to paint the stitched one like human skin. 

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Are you done with bringing the highlights as high as you want them?

 

If so, I think areas just above and next to the intergluteal cleft need to be a bit higher. And maybe some Venus dimples.

 

If you haven't finished the highlights, then nothing to see here.

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10 minutes ago, Thes Hunter said:

Are you done with bringing the highlights as high as you want them?

 

If so, I think areas just above and next to the intergluteal cleft need to be a bit higher. And maybe some Venus dimples.

 

If you haven't finished the highlights, then nothing to see here.

Ohhh good idea!

 

i do need to re-touch that area afterwards due to getting some green paint on her butt. 

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Nothing done over the weekend. Going to try to get some work done on her this evening. 

anyone have any thoughts on freehand patterns for the cloth that's draping down and pooled at her side?

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folds can be tough on a pattern, which is why I like random squiggles.  Anything with straight lines may be hard due to the curves.  hmmmn... maybe a paisley?

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