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I know what you mean. I've been looking at that set for the baboon too, but I keep looking at the figure and going "Uhmm..."

 

Maybe she could be a waitress in Las Vegas?

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The Mandrill looks awesome!

I like her, well done.

 

I have that set, it will be used in a Egyptian undead Army setting.

 

As for her outfit, to us this might seem a bit over the top, but in Ancient Egypt she would fit in.

Many Egyptian women just showed at least one boob, this was not offensive to them.

The women in Ancient Egypt were actually more liberated and had more freedom than those in other cultures, and sometimes even more so than today.

 

 

 

 

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I guess you could do a bit more with metallic on her jewelry, but...

(The colour you have is a bit too close to the skincolour. Maybe a more reddish gold?)

Nice butt...   

 

It's OK to add a tag for the manufacturer.

(Tags are searchable. Many also adds a tag with their username in the Show Off and WIP threads)

 

It was actually 'high fashion' at one time in ancient Greece to wear togas that only covered one breast. 

 

Incidentally, I think this mini is as close as you can get to the 'no frontal Nudity' rule here on the forum. 

 

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16 hours ago, Pingo said:

I know what you mean. I've been looking at that set for the baboon too, but I keep looking at the figure and going "Uhmm..."

 

Maybe she could be a waitress in Las Vegas?

Well... if you assume her clothes are ceremonial garb, she could be a corporate mage in Shadowrun, a mage for Mage: the Ascension (either Verbana or Euthanatos, I think), or she could be a necromancer and you have to fight through her zombie and mummy guard first before you can even get close enough to interrupt her Ritual of Death/Rebirth.

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