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  • in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #123048
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    Bete Noire

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #122136
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    Name: Liselle

    Surname: Aelenvoy (no longer in use)

    Occupation: Scarlet Veil leader (aka Veiled Agent); assassin and spy by trade, “works” for the puppet King, but in reality is employed by the King’s Chamberlain (unbeknownst to him, she does some counter intelligence as well)

    Weapon(s) of Choice: Sai, throwing knives, push daggers

    Fighting Style: Close contact and ranged

    Costume (Primary): Leather, silk, and metal studs; can hold up to 20 blades (some of which are concealed), including a double pronged knife she hides in her hair

    Skill Set: Flexible, gymnastic quality; quick and light-footed; excellent accuracy with blades; able to improvise weapons with various objects

    General Personality: Can be callous and calculating, sarcastic and opportunistic – one doesn’t always know  whose side she is really on. However, underneath it all there is a subtle softness that only those closest to her (very few) will ever know and witness; dry humour in tense situations

    Not Seen: Scars on her back from an escape attempt when she was young – whipped repeatedly; four throwing knives sheathed in the back of her bustier

    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #122134
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    Detail

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #122130
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    Years ago when all I thought about was acting, I asked myself “if I could play a character in a film or tv series, what would be a fun role to portray?” I came up with a plethora of roles, each with a backstory, complete with ideas for costumes and makeup. This was before the invention of HeroMachine so I did it the old school way:  I wrote it all down in detail (because I couldn’t draw worth a damn). This particular character  was created almost 12 years ago (during a very boring lecture), and she still is my favourite.
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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #119879
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    “A Queen’s sacrifice, even when fairly obvious, always rejoices the heart of the chess-lover” – Savielly Tartakower

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #119858
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    Fallen (2.0)

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #119663
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Thanks for the critique! Will definitely tweak a few things – not being one who can draw or paint etc., I tend to forget about things like hairlines, body part ratio etc. (but I’m slowly learning). I was trying to put some texture on those wing stumps but for some reason those things don’t like items being masked to them.</p>

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    Mourning the loss of his wings

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #119635
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    Cheeky but effective use of the double entendre

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    Well thank you! My first thought whilst creating this bizarre centaur was “imagine how much time cowboys would save if they didn’t have to climb on their horse…” probably makes for awkward situations in the local pub though…

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    I thought I’d try something new – black and white (with a hint of colour).

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #119531
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    That time I tried mashing the genres of Fantasy and Western together…I still find this image rather strange.

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #115121
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    Having spent time in the company of dancers…

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    in reply to: Hex’s Randomness #43528
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