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Isn't that "Ribcage +2 of Zombie Making" ? ^_^ 

 

Her skin tone is splendid and your style is heart-warming as always. Her face and expression is flawless apart from the fact that she might be the friendliest necromancer ever..

 

 Hey there, I am Betty, your neighbor next door. Just holler if you need any any zombies or skeletons dear... 

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50 minutes ago, VolksFest said:

Isn't that "Ribcage +2 of Zombie Making" ? ^_^ 

 

Her skin tone is splendid and your style is heart-warming as always. Her face and expression is flawless apart from the fact that she might be the friendliest necromancer ever..

 

 Hey there, I am Betty, your neighbor next door. Just yoller if you need any any zombies or skeletons dear... 

 

The ribcage might have a name. Mine is named Andrew. He's always there for... support. ;)

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Lovely face work.

Although I am led to question how many women would be comfortable in a skelehandbra. This seems disturbingly common on slinky female necromancers, but it seems it would be uncomfortable at best. 

It also leads directly to the immediate corollary question of skelehandjockstraps, which is a thing I wish I had not thought of.

Seriously, sculptors, just stick with the bearskin kilts and chainmail bikinis, if you must. Or nude. Underwear made of ossicles is just more than I wanna deal with.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Dr.Bedlam said:

Lovely face work.

Although I am led to question how many women would be comfortable in a skelehandbra. This seems disturbingly common on slinky female necromancers, but it seems it would be uncomfortable at best. 

It also leads directly to the immediate corollary question of skelehandjockstraps, which is a thing I wish I had not thought of.

Seriously, sculptors, just stick with the bearskin kilts and chainmail bikinis, if you must. Or nude. Underwear made of ossicles is just more than I wanna deal with.

 

 

 

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Old timey corsets were made from whale bones, if I am not mistaken. They also were crunching a body so tight that organs got displaced. Women have done weird things in the name of beauty.

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