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This is also in the graveyard... a statue or not? I spent more time on this than you might think, and well, it will do, but not sure the subtle colors are worth it or really work out better than just a quicker all over stone look.



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5 hours ago, Rigel said:

The muted reds and yellows are worth it! Stone is rarely uniform and lichen grows where it will. The sort of understated touch that brings the piece together.


Thanks -  It took me a couple of tries. In game, it is possible for events to turn it back to flesh.... so was trying to hint it wasn't quite a statue and make one figure for both states.

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