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Printed on my Elegoo Mars.
Senliah the Seductress part of my Shifting Sands Project
The Sultan leaned back in his cushions, the room was almost dark, suddenly the fires lit up and the music started.
Senliah stepped forth from the shadows and started her dance.
He was enthralled, her moves, those curves, and the thrill of the danger while she danced with that large venomous serpent!
Such a show!
Aaaahhh his friends would be delighted to see her at the banquet he would host next week.
Senliah had agreed to perform for him alone tonight to give him a taste of what they could expect.
The Sultan couldn't keep his eyes from her, such grace such beauty and yet a hint of danger.
Of course there were those who couldn't cope with her being so populair.
Some even talked behind her back, spreading rumours that she danced in the forbidden Temple of Apophis!
Rubbish! The Sultan thought, if anyone was caught spreading such gossip he would have that person beheaded, how dared they speak of such an innocent girl like that!
Painted up an old mini I've had forever. Pretty much just slapped some GW contrast paints on him, with a few metallics (Vallejo Gunmetal and Chrome), and some Reaper Walnut Brown for the eyes.
Snakeman Warrior - Painting Scales - Rhonda "Wren" Bender
Sarah the Seeress- How to paint hair - Geoff Davis
Enora, Iconic Arcanist - Hey there shaky shaky, Beginner Freehand - Brice Cocanour
Must Paint all the things!
no sense leaving a mini half finished.
all the classes were fun, but basic. they were good practice painting along. I certainly don't regret taking them,.
It is hard to get in the moment feedback online - one of things I miss most about in person classes.
The camera work was good, and I could see most of the steps. Bender's crayons were just as helpful in understanding.
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