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50305 Benedict Baker painted as a Mage / Twilight Caste Solar Exalt for "Exalted"

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This is another PC for the campaign of "Exalted" set in White Wolf's World of Darkness that I am involved in.

 

The character is a Scottish mage from the Sons of Ether who is essentially a therapist for would-be reformed vampires and werewolves.  At the beginning of the game he Exalted as a Twilight-caste Solar.  (If this means nothing to you don't worry about it.)

 

The figure is Julie Guthrie's delightful "Benedict Baker", a highly versatile gentleman. 

 

There's a WIP thread here.

 

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Thank you!  

 

There are nine and sixty ways of painting blesséd eyes, And every single one of them is right.

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I love watching your painting evolve. This Handsome Fellow is a SPLENDIDLY painted creation. He reminds me of James Steerforth from David Copperfield. His expressive face is WONDERFUL; AND your choice of colors is OUTSTANDINGVERY WELL DONE once more!

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Thanks, everyone. :blush:  

 

On 6/24/2017 at 9:46 AM, malefactus said:

I love watching your painting evolve. This Handsome Fellow is a SPLENDIDLY painted creation. He reminds me of James Steerforth from David Copperfield. His expressive face is WONDERFUL; AND your choice of colors is OUTSTANDINGVERY WELL DONE once more!

 

Thank you.  From an expressive colorist like you that's quite a compliment.

 

 

 

 

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