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Another Danged Vampire: 50157: Townsfolk, Lady of the Night

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Regrettable fashion choices indeed. I love the look of the fur jacket. I remember when those were in style. 

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Very nice work. She does scream beware, and in more than one way (i'll suck your blood, spice up your drink and rob you blind). Would be a nice NPC for a WoD game.

Excuse-me for my noobness, but what is WIP?

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Oh dear!

I can imagine a male customer trying to get a certain thing...only to find out it means something totally different to her.

Poor guy...

 

She looks great!

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4 hours ago, DankDungeonMaster said:

Very nice work. She does scream beware, and in more than one way (i'll suck your blood, spice up your drink and rob you blind). Would be a nice NPC for a WoD game.

Excuse-me for my noobness, but what is WIP?

 

It means “Work-In-Progress”, a step-by-step of how I got here.  (I take pictures as I go along, but I don’t always make a WIP thread for every figure.)

 

Don’t worry about asking questions. There’re always unexpected terms in hobbies, I’ve found. And this forum tends to the friendly and explanatory.

 

I am presently involved in a WoD game, although a particularly unorthodox one which has folded in “Exalted” as the returning prehistory. Behind the spoiler is my character in that game:

 

 

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3 hours ago, Pingo said:

 

It means “Work-In-Progress”, a step-by-step of how I got here.  (I take pictures as I go along, but I don’t always make a WIP thread for every figure.)

 

Don’t worry about asking questions. There’re always unexpected terms in hobbies, I’ve found. And this forum tends to the friendly and explanatory.

 

I am presently involved in a WoD game, although a particularly unorthodox one which has folded in “Exalted” as the returning prehistory. Behind the spoiler is my character in that game:

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Thanks for the explanation! Very cool character that one too. Been so long since I've played WoD, it brings back memories.

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