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The Innsmouth Look: 02133, Water Demon (NSFW)

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I'd have posted this earlier with my other Innsmouth Folk and Deep Ones, but  this fishy lady is just incredibly topless.

Can't be easy to wear a shirt with that dorsal fin, though. 

https://postimg.cc/gallery/2o30vfwb4/ 

Links to the individual images, 
https://postimg.cc/fkbfc69C
 

https://postimg.cc/yktjYvWP

https://postimg.cc/BtwcMM50

https://postimg.cc/HVc0KX37

This is a fantastic sculpt, somewhere between advanced-stage land-dwelling Innsmouth folk and full Deep Ones/ Hordes Bog Trogs. She looks very Harryhausen, for some reason, maybe the gill frills, maybe the plates. Anyway, enjoy!

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Thanks, folks!

1 hour ago, Redd Knekk said:

I really like that sculpt, and your greens are spot on. 

Yeah, the face has a lot of character to it. 
Much like the DAGON sculpt, it was largely ArtDeco Dark Patina with hints of Festive Green and Teal if I recall correctly. I love making fish-people look shiny!

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