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Ral Partha Legacy/ Thunderbolt Mountain Gwenyvere, sculpted by Tom Meier

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22 minutes ago, Inarah said:

She's gorgeous. Your new phone takes great pics.  I really like the texture on the dress and stones.  I have a few of this line, from way back, great to see one painted up. 



Thank you Inarah! You should dig them up and give them a coat of paint!

8 minutes ago, Iridil said:

Love the texture and color of her dress. And the base is a perfect companion to her

Thank you Iridil! I sculpted the base pavers out of green stuff, and as she didn’t really come with an attached base, I just super glued her on to it. 

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10 minutes ago, Metalchaos said:

Beautiful work once again. The details on this model are remarkable, the jewelleries are especially amazing. You did an awesome work on the yellow and her face is very expressive.


Thanks Metalchaos!  The eyes are actually the sizes painted as the figure is, I didn’t paint outside of the eyes.  The different with this figure is that she had the irises already sculpted in, which made things a little more difficult. I eventually filled the holes full of paint and painted over the “holes”.

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6 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Wonderful painting!

New camera does it's job !

Thank you Wolf of Glitter!  Crazy what a new tool can do!

4 hours ago, Rigel said:

That's very good work on some quite complex pale drapery. Her profiles are particularly lovely. Well done!

Thank you Rigel, it's always nice to see a figure from different angles!

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2 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

She looks great, and your new phone takes very nice photos.

Thank you Chaoswolf.  I’m just hoping that the photos represent reality!

1 hour ago, primeval said:

Civilized Splendor! That yellow!

Started out as leather white, then lots of different yellow, orange, brown and a purple washes. Then she got highlights of linen white and pure white. 

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