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Ral Partha Female Victim sculpted by Dennis Mize: warning, flying and flailing mammal parts

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I'm Dutch, we don't get too nervous about nudity, not only could I have bought that as a teenager, I could have shown it to my parents and they would probably told me I painted it well.

 

Anyway, your's is a great job, the face is amazing, you have a knack for painting the faces of these tiny minis!

Skin tone is great, she's ready for the beach.

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15 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

I'm Dutch, we don't get too nervous about nudity, not only could I have bought that as a teenager, I could have shown it to my parents and they would probably told me I painted it well.

 

Anyway, your's is a great job, the face is amazing, you have a knack for painting the faces of these tiny minis!

Skin tone is great, she's ready for the beach.

Yeah, oddly enough, American culture is usually more comfortable seeing people shot up and decapitated instead of seeing a mammal part now and again.  Whenever I put up a naked miniature on Instagram, I inevitably have a few people fall off my account.

 

Thanks!  Like I say, the face and eyes are most essential part of any mini, so if they happen to work out, that's a good thing!

 

5 hours ago, Iridil said:

Beautiful skin tones and face - and her makeup is still perfect (gives it a very 80s vibe...)

She was originally painted in the eighties, so that all make sense. I've got a previous version of her I'm going to post later up on Instagram for comparison!

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