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3734 Andriessa, female wizard

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This is not a Goblin Paint Challenge, but I am painting on her in support of OneBoot's attempt to finish DDS2, which contains this figure. 

 

About 2 hours work last night, I have the skin and hair, and started roughing out the shading on the staff.  The plan is to do her robes in blue-black. 

 

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IN the spirit of the goblin challenge:  "You can doooo eeeeet!"

 

Nice start, looking forward to watching the progress!

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I spent about 20 minutes sorting colors and messing with clogged dropper bottles, and then about an hour on her robes. 

 

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