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77299 BONES Female Anti Paladin

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She was one of my favorites! I like your color choices and the drow skin tone made her stand out. The skin also looks so smooth. She's a beauty!

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Thanks!

The skin was RMS Dusky Skin:Twilight Blue 3:1,

Then highlighted with successive drops of Maggot White.

This was then glazed with Royal Purple in the shadows.

 

I was quite pleased with the skin.

Her backside reveals quite a lot of skin, and I think it may have come out better than the front.  Once I get around to taking pictures again, I'll snap some of her reverse profile.

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Thank you!

 

As for more pictures:

Yes and no.

The contest was for your one best picture, so I have 20 or so of different lighting, camera distance, flash, settings: but all basically this angle.  When I pull out the photo rig again, I'll take some different angles of her.

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She is a MOST ATTRACTIVE member of the Forces of Unpleasantness. Your BEAUTIFUL array of vivid colors &  WONDERFUL brushwork have produced a dazzling creation. VERY WELL DONE!

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Thank you for the praise.

 

@Tjrez That is the integral base which is part of the mini.  I tried to give it a worn stone look, but with an attempt at light coming from between the stones.

 

@Kuro Cleanbrush coming from one who is so good at vivid nmm, this is humbling.

 

For anyone interested:

The copper recipe: brown liner, mahogany brown, tarnished copper, new copper, linen white, and pure white.  Each layer progression went by 1/3.

I glazed in tarnished copper when things got too chalky.

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