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Ral Partha Elf Princess sculpted by Tom Meier

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Beautiful work with the flowers and ribbons and I really like the cascading hair. The sculpt makes her look very tense - like she clenching her jaw and arms.

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On 3/12/2020 at 3:26 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Wonderful work!

She looks great, the dress is perfect.

Thanks Glitterwolf, as always, color choice was very difficult, so many colors, that I was surprised I ended up with white!  She ends up a little bride-like almost!

21 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Lovely pops of color.

Thanks very much Darcstaar, she had tons of little flowers and details that added a bit of interest and variety to the figure.

20 hours ago, Iridil said:

Beautiful work with the flowers and ribbons and I really like the cascading hair. The sculpt makes her look very tense - like she clenching her jaw and arms.

Thank you Iridil!  She was a very odd little sculpt, without paint, I thought she looked much older than she ended up coming out, plus all that hair....  After I got the face done though (I'm a paint all skin and faces first, everything else afterwards) I knew that she was going to look reasonably okay.

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5 hours ago, primeval said:

Gorgeous work on this, especially with how small she is!

 

Thanks Primeval, she is pretty petite, rocking her old school 25 millimeters!

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Beautiful as usual. I have to agree with the general observation on the sculpt; I painted one of these in the early 90s, and used her as an angry dryad due to the facial expression.  Quite a change from the demure version 1...

 

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7 hours ago, Rob Dean said:

Beautiful as usual. I have to agree with the general observation on the sculpt; I painted one of these in the early 90s, and used her as an angry dryad due to the facial expression.  Quite a change from the demure version 1...

 

I could easily see that with her in greens and browns!   

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On 3/15/2020 at 1:18 PM, 72moonglum said:

I could easily see that with her in greens and browns!   

 Looks like it was just green, with green hair highlights...

 

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11 hours ago, Rob Dean said:

 Looks like it was just green, with green hair highlights...

 

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That's a very good sylvan color scheme if you ask me! Nicely done Rob!

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