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Really nice whites on her chiton.

 

And aren't Bones great for cheap statues?

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1 hour ago, Jordan Peacock said:

I really like the "cool" shadow look to the white robes.  Is the flagstone texture on the base custom work?  (E.g., putty?)

 

Thanks, the base was made using a base stamp (Basius, if I recall correctly).

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Wonderful job!

 

She Rocks!

<_<I see what you did there, Glitterwolf...

 

Nice looking Medusa. I see so many minis of her that have the snake lower half and her boobs hanging out, but this one is really nice and a bit more in line with what I'd be looking for in a medusa if I was ever going to use her. I'll have to remember to keep an eye out for this mini. Love your petrified heroes/statues. All rather static poses, so their good for that utility. Nicely done.

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