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02793: Arianna, Fairy Princess

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19 minutes ago, Pingo said:

What a beautiful face!  She looks sweet.

 

Thanks Pingo! She may end up like pridefest's '90's scene-girl in the end.

 

Despite the crooked nose, the face is turning out swell :) Camera angle is everything for the nose! It is pretty bent to her right (our left). 

 

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5 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

 

Thanks Pingo! She may end up like pridefest's '90's scene-girl in the end.

 

Despite the crooked nose, the face is turning out swell :) Camera angle is everything for the nose! It is pretty bent to her right (our left). 

 

 

Now that you've said, I can see it.  But so what?  Anyone can be beautiful.

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14 minutes ago, SirLarpsAlot said:

Love the idea. The face looks amazing! Have you considered lining between the colors on the dress?

 

I considered it, but decided against. I don't want to ruin the work done, and lines may take away from the rainbowness. The skirt boundaries will be more lined though. 

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Alright, the most preliminary brown shading has happened. Will get much more thorough than this. 

 

And the bodice has begun. I think that color is Nightshade Purple - it is *almost* black. I will be shading/highlighting it to appear black or near-black, instead of purple though. 

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Update: the corset is mostly shaded. The skirt is getting highlighted. The face got smoothed a tiny bit.

 

The impression I am going for with the corset is dark velvet. Used nightshade purple as the base, with pure black in creases and highlighting up with the drow skin triad up to a tiny tint bit of ghost white + game workshop fortress gray (old color). 

 

The skirt I may have messed up a bit with color choices; the tan is more warm tone than the highlights of khaki and linen. Still pretty but not quite what I imagined. And lots of work yet to do on highlighting it and the sleeves up. Kinda going for a plain beige gown with it. 

 

Ideas for her choker? The neck sculpt is weird so I want to freehand a tight necklace instead, like a little ribbon or something. 

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What is the name of this sculpt? I'd love to get one myself. Just need to know the name

 

Nevermind I'm a moron. Her name is the title. Duh. 

 

She's turning out very nice. I love the rainbow effect.

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She now has a green choker necklace, boob and shoulder skin, and I have started on the trim to her corset. 

 

New worry: I am going to need to do a liner or a wash to hit the nooks and crannies. It has to match the whole rainbow, or at least not interfere with the rainbow. Ack. 

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