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Presenting the Leather Queen, a Pin-up version of the Leather Armoured Survivors from Kingdom Death, hopefully she's wearing just enough to not need a nudity link.

 

I'm pretty out of practice painting Pin-ups so she's a little rough around the edges, and I never could figure out a way to make her hair look like hair, but at least it's another one finally finished.

 

As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.

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Well painted!

I like the way you did her skin, also a very nice base!

 

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She is LOVELY in her own kinky way, AND BEAUTIFULLY painted. VERY WELL DONE as always!

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As always, I admire your skin painting and the smoothness of your colors.

 

Looks like she's already prepared to brexit, isn't she? (Which once again reminds me of my early military days ... light infantry is anything ... but light)

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That hair is bizarre. Gives a new, expanded, meaning to the phrase ‘Big Hair’. The skin tones are superb

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For hair you could desaturate the colours a little 

AND/OR

Paint some deeper shadows

AND/OR

You could also make more thin lines going in the direction of the hair flow (I would do it with a dark  to black brown)

 

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3 hours ago, DragonWyrm said:

For hair you could desaturate the colours a little 

AND/OR

Paint some deeper shadows

AND/OR

You could also make more thin lines going in the direction of the hair flow (I would do it with a dark  to black brown)

 

 

Thanks for the advice!

 

I did try option 3 when I was highlighting her hair, but it looked weird so I painted over it, I don't think I got the lines thin enough.

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