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Sorry it took so long, but here she is: a female Ulnus’Tari. The main difference between the males and females is that most males don’t have hair (though they are capable of growing it) and the females will generally have fewer tattoos than their counterparts. The Ulnus’Tari are an arboreal race that reside upon the dense jungle planet of Tara’sa. They are the only sentient inhabitants of their world, but they are far from developing warp technology as of yet.
Okay, maybe I’ll use a spoiler tag next time. Some of these are pretty big.
And, to follow up on Richard, here’s a mounted version of him, which, I might add, was somewhat difficult to design.
Thanks guys. Okay, here’s my latest piece. Here he is, the Lionheart himself, King Richard I of England!
Here’s my contribution: The Ulnus’Tari. As you can tell, they are really big on body art, and this male’s tattoos symbolize that he is a member of the famous and highly respected Talnus’Tar tribe. Female to come soon.
Here’s yet another piece I’ve been working on. This is a knight of the Crusades, under the command of King Richard the Lionheart. Enjoy!
Credit goes to arey for one of his Sword of the Gods design for Apollo’s sword. Sorry, arey. Hope you don’t mind.
Sorry this is so late, but here’s another piece. This is Apollo, Greek god of the light and music. Enjoy!
Ok. Because I was wondering if a character from Les Miserables would be considered acceptable. Thanks for the help!
Hey fellas, this is more of a copyright question really, but are we allowed to do characters from our favorite plays and stuff like that? Or would that be a problem?
Alrighty, here’s my second piece. This is my rendition of Spartacus, the rebellious fighter who led a gladiator revolt, his army growing bigger across the Roman Empire as more gladiators joined him.
Thanks guys! I’m working on another piece at this very moment!