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60009, Seoni the Sorceress

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Awesome Paintjob. The face with the freehand is very impressive. I also appreciate the flames on the end of the dress.The only thing which irritates me is the Pose of the mini. She seems to look somewhere upwards. Missing a spirit or something?

How did you make the Base? Poking a toothpick into greenstuff?

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Beautiful paint job and wonderful freehand.

 

In response to Krassling about the pose of the mini: The pose comes from the Pathfinder book cover, Julie Guthrie, Bobby Jackson and I were asked to recreate the Iconic cover of the two characters fighting the Red Dragon.

 

 

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Thanks for your comments, I appreciate.

@Krassling she's definitely looking upward, at a red dragon toward which she's pointing her staff.

The base is made of greenstuff and I did use a toothpick to carve it.

 

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I mostly relied on my steady hand and only had to do a few touch-ups. Take a look at the third picture, it shows on her left thigh and shoulder. :poke:

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