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The first standout to me was the cloak.  Man, all the designs with all of the folds looks to like it continued correctly.  Looks really difficult.  The hair and brown fur being similar colors, but different, are really well done.  The wood on the inside of the shield grabbed my attention also.  The whole thing is pretty darn cool.  Nicely done!

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1 hour ago, sentinel said:

The first standout to me was the cloak.  Man, all the designs with all of the folds looks to like it continued correctly.  Looks really difficult.  The hair and brown fur being similar colors, but different, are really well done.  The wood on the inside of the shield grabbed my attention also.  The whole thing is pretty darn cool.  Nicely done!

That was pretty intentional. I wanted most of her to have a warm, red tone that I could offset with green grace notes. That's actually why the cloak ended up in that soft gray: I needed something neutral.

8 minutes ago, Bustawolf said:

Nice knotwork!

Thanks! The knots themselves weren't that tough once I'd laid down the outline in black (thanks, Reapercon freehanding class). Once I'd done that I could focus just on the task of putting the red where it needed to be and could leave the line breaks where they needed to be. You get a lot of bang for the buck, effort wise. Definitely something I intend to do more of.

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