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2 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Great job!

Thank you Glitterwolf!

53 minutes ago, Thoramel said:

Outstanding. Especially when you consider the size. Thanks for sharing.

Yeah, she's a pretty small figure, 25 mm when 25 mm actually meant something.

46 minutes ago, Poilu_1914 said:

Fantastic job!

Thank you very much Poilu!

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She's beautiful, great job on her! I also really like the base you made, it's helps to set the scene without being distracting. :winkthumbs:

I am a little concerned about the sorcery you must be involved in being able to paint that tiny little face so nicely, though.

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12 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

She's beautiful, great job on her! I also really like the base you made, it's helps to set the scene without being distracting. :winkthumbs:

I am a little concerned about the sorcery you must be involved in being able to paint that tiny little face so nicely, though.

Thank you Chaoswolf!  It was my reserve base, I had another one completely planned out and ready to go.  This one is just some green stuff flattened out on a base and then I painted it out with different blues, surf aqua, and so forth.  The other base was so much nicer, it was kind of a little piece of land overlooking a "lake", but when I put her on it, it was too uneven and wouldn't work.  I'm going to keep it though and maybe I'll be able to use it with another figure.  

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@chaoswolf - here is the original base I was going to use. 28519839-4A79-4486-B11C-136C4F9818F0.jpeg.b5bac01c8582f0e4270f1126832d8d23.jpeg

 

but she was just not level enough to add her to the base without having to do lots more work on the base.  Ultimately I’m a lazy person so I just created a new and simple base. 

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52 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

That'll still make a cool base for a future mini, though.:winkthumbs:

Yeah, I’m hoping to use it with a miniature that has a smaller footprint. This one’s dress is very wide and expansive.

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