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Ral Partha Shadowrun Female Detective, sculpted by Dave Summers

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Very nice color on the clothing and the face and hair are awesome like normal.  The hose looks very good as it is, but it is just slightly too dark right on and above the bent knee I think, hose would be stretched most there, and show more of the original skin color. 

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3 hours ago, Citrine said:

Very nice color on the clothing and the face and hair are awesome like normal.  The hose looks very good as it is, but it is just slightly too dark right on and above the bent knee I think, hose would be stretched most there, and show more of the original skin color. 

Thank you Citrine!

thanks for the pantyhose Feedback! I did try to do a really thin layer of white where I thought there might be some highlights, but didn’t really hit that area. It’s a continuous learning process.  I want to keep working on these semi-transparent fabrics, so this is just another learning step!

 

1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

She looks great!

Thank you Glitterwolf!

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She looks really nice - I like the subdued busnissy coloring to her clothing and the bluish grey says 80s to me. The pantyhose are great but agree with Citrine - having worn them many moons ago the inherent flesh color comes through more on the knees and tops of thighs where the fabric is stretched - but that's picking nits on a good paintjob for sure.

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2 hours ago, Iridil said:

She looks really nice - I like the subdued busnissy coloring to her clothing and the bluish grey says 80s to me. The pantyhose are great but agree with Citrine - having worn them many moons ago the inherent flesh color comes through more on the knees and tops of thighs where the fabric is stretched - but that's picking nits on a good paintjob for sure.

Thank iridios another pantyhose opinion!  With your and Citrine’s critiques, I can certainly see where I should have put more highlights for these.  It will be a good lesson for my next pantyhose or just transparent fabric in general, thanks again to both of you!

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1 minute ago, DragonWyrm said:

I love it.
Especially how you painted the pantyhose. Did you paint them using glazes or just mixed in some greys into your skin palette?

Thank you much DragonWyrm!

I actually painted her legs totally like I would have without pantyhose, then did some washes where the pantyhose was on her legs,, first cloudy grey,, then storm grey, then dark elf shadow, then black. At the end I tried to do some light white highlights, that don’t seem to have worked out too well.

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I agree with you; very cool figure that could find multiple uses in different genres/time periods. You've done a very nice job on painting her.

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9 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

I agree with you; very cool figure that could find multiple uses in different genres/time periods. You've done a very nice job on painting her.

Thank you very much Chaoswolf, she’s very versatile!

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