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Ral Partha Shadowrun Dryad

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1 hour ago, Chaoswolf said:

I think she looks good; nice work.

Thank you Chaoswolf! Good or not, got tired of fighting with a few millimeters of real estate and called it done. 

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Her face looks great, and I like the subdued green hair.

 

"Chicky-poo" is a term I have not heard in a very long time.... 

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Out of context Quote of the Day!

 

5 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

I did her the same time I did the Night Elf

 

Anyway,

 

Great works, she looks awesome, love those eyes!

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2 hours ago, Inarah said:

Her face looks great, and I like the subdued green hair.

 

"Chicky-poo" is a term I have not heard in a very long time.... 

As good or as bad as Chicky-poo is for a term describing one of the female gender, I just can't stop using it.  Please don't hate me ladies!

10 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Out of context Quote of the Day!

 

Anyway,

 

Great works, she looks awesome, love those eyes!

Thank you Glitterwolf, third time is hopefully the charm!

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46 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

Out of context Quote of the Day!

 

Anyway,

 

Great works, she looks awesome, love those eyes!

And I didn’t even see your line at the top!

 

what can I say, some days are busier than others. 
 

yours truly,

Moonglum

painter/giggolo 

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11 hours ago, DragonWyrm said:

I love all the old minis you show. Your nice paint jobs really bring out the fun in those sculpts.

Thank you very much DragonWyrm, appreciate the kind words!

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10 hours ago, Iridil said:

Love her overall look - and he yellow eyeshadow is sooo 80s...

Thanks Iridil! With what I read of Shadowrun dryads, their hair color changes with the turning of the seasons like the leaves. I figured green springy colors and some matching eye shadow!

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