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46 minutes ago, Dr Boom said:

I love this sculpt - I think it's close to my favourite in the Pathfinder line. You've done a great job with that pasty skin tone - the black/purple lips really make it.


Thank you!

I couldn't resist making a vampire out of her, the lips are done with Scale 75 Decay Black and Scale 75 Necro Grey with a hint of Reaper Burgundy Wine

40 minutes ago, TheOldGuard said:



It's not over until The Visbaronetess sings.......



Whatever you do, don't go to her chambers to ask for an autograph...

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