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Interesting choice of skin tone, so pale almost as though she were one of the undead herself.  Great smile, though!  Nice effect at the bottom of the cloak as well.

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After all the Lady Vampires, the Vampire Huntress' LOVELY healthy glow is quite a change. She is a BEAUTIFUL creation in your delightfully unique style. VERY WELL DONE!

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Great paintjob!

 

You have been listening to that bigot van Helsing, haven't you?

There is no reason to hunt us, we are just like you.

The only thing that is different is our diet.

You wouldn't kill a man because he ate a peanutbutter sandwich, now would you?

Shall we discuss us this further at a candlelight dinner and some "wine" ?

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On 3/22/2018 at 8:05 PM, malefactus said:

After all the Lady Vampires, the Vampire Huntress' LOVELY healthy glow is quite a change. She is a BEAUTIFUL creation in your delightfully unique style. VERY WELL DONE!

 

It was nice to get back to living flesh tones at that ...

 

On 3/23/2018 at 3:27 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Great paintjob!

 

You have been listening to that bigot van Helsing, haven't you?

There is no reason to hunt us, we are just like you.

The only thing that is different is our diet.

You wouldn't kill a man because he ate a peanutbutter sandwich, now would you?

Shall we discuss us this further at a candlelight dinner and some "wine" ?

 

Wow, you creatures really are persistent, aren’t you? :lol:

 

 

 

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As with my other Reaper figures I submitted her to the Inspiration Gallery.  I was beginning to get bored with straight descriptive titles so I've begun to get ... creative.

 

This one is titled "Hello, my name is Perseverance in the Sight of God Watkins. You ate my father. Prepare to die."

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Great job on this one, her expession is done very well. 

I really like her skin tone. One does not catch much sun hunting vampires at night ;)

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