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Ellana Dragonmistress, sculpted by Sandra Garrity for Ral Partha


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50 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

I love Sandra Garrity's figures, I have quite a few in my collection.

You did a very nice job on her. :winkthumbs:

Thank you Chaoswolf!  Yeah, she did some really cool stuff for Partha I think back in the nineties and did a lot of earlier Reaper figures as well!

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So beautiful - the blue dragon head really works with her - lover her face and that her eyeshadow matches the dragon eyes! Another splendid paintup from the past....

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Great work, that's another beautiful model to add to your collection. I like the delicate jewelry and the detail on her garment. I also think blue is a nice choice for the dragon head, it contrast nicely with the other colors.

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6 hours ago, Iridil said:

So beautiful - the blue dragon head really works with her - lover her face and that her eyeshadow matches the dragon eyes! Another splendid paintup from the past....

Dragon eyes and makeup not consciously planned, just a lucky happenstance!

5 hours ago, Fencig said:

you took a chance on her  hair and it paid off, very nice  

Thanks Fencig! Up to the last moment I didn’t even know what color it was going to be.  I painted it first linen white and then just couldn’t decide my washes, and for whatever reason green occurred to me.  I think the only conscious color decision on this lady was her dress, which I wanted orange.

4 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

Great work, that's another beautiful model to add to your collection. I like the delicate jewelry and the detail on her garment. I also think blue is a nice choice for the dragon head, it contrast nicely with the other colors.

Thanks Metalchaos!  I don’t think you can tell in the photo, but inside her pendant on her necklace, the circle, there is actually a jewel on the upper top. I actually painted it red, but I can’t really see it in this photo, and actually hardly in real life either.

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17 hours ago, 72moonglum said:

Thanks Metalchaos!  I don’t think you can tell in the photo, but inside her pendant on her necklace, the circle, there is actually a jewel on the upper top. I actually painted it red, but I can’t really see it in this photo, and actually hardly in real life either.

I see it, good job on this small detail.

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3 hours ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

 

Me too.  At first I was like: "hey wait, are those..." and then I was all "stop asking questions, the mini is awesome".

Maybe they are the boots she uses to ride her dragon. Dragonboy boots?

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