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Vandorendra, Snake Demon

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Although I don't think Mariliths are poisonous, I decided to paint her with coral snake colors, which was a bit tricky to get right.

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, BrokenWolf668 said:

Nice! Great minds think alike, I did the same with Avukavali.

Thank you!   Yours is great too-- it makes me think about painting other snake-like creatures to resemble specific subspecies of snake... cobras are obvious, but might snake demons like Mariliths mimic dangerous snakes from the Prime Material Plane for added intimidation value...?  Hmmm....

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29 minutes ago, GodOfCheese said:

Thank you!   Yours is great too-- it makes me think about painting other snake-like creatures to resemble specific subspecies of snake... cobras are obvious, but might snake demons like Mariliths mimic dangerous snakes from the Prime Material Plane for added intimidation value...?  Hmmm....

I really wanted to go with something different, I've seen a lot of rattlesnake and pythons represented, but never a coral snake. 

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