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DSM7627 Female Ranger with Bow

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She is simply fantastic! Really love what you have done with this palette, beautiful colors. Nice job!

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10 hours ago, JoeGKushner said:

Great pale flesh. Did you use a Reaper triad system or something else?

 

I used Burgundy Wine, Mahogany Brown, Rosy Skin Triad, Fair Skin Highlight and Pure White.  Also a little touch of Vallejo Transparent Red on the cheeks.  Rosy Skin was my mid tone.

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Beautiful work on this fine sculpt - I really like the hair color and how there is a hint of green to her bow!

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Gorgeous, gorgeous work, both the drapery and the well-conditioned hair. And the skin tones. And the shading on the bow and quiver. And...

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