Actually, WaffleM, She does have short hair. When I was doing my research for these I found out that all Egyptians had very short/no hair, male and female. It was their answer to pest control.
So that is a wig.
Glad these Egyptians will find some use, Sir Rob. I liked putting this set together. The only thing I became tired of is all the bandages. Maybe the next set in this line will not have as many mummies.
I think the priestess would look more authentic in a form fitting garment. I can't think of any archaeaological images with a garment like this one. I am really enjoying this range, and wish I could do half as well!
Have fun! Steve
Last Edit: Oct 8, 2009 19:09:50 GMT -9 by stevelortz
Steve, it is a bit too late to change, now. Sorry about that. I should probably get in the mode of posting sketches as I do them so you can point stuff like that out earlier.
No harm, no foul, Jabbro. It would have been nice if I had posted my reflections sooner, too! I meant what I said when I indicated I would be very grateful if I could do this stuff half as well as you do!
Steve, I've seen your work. It is good. You have a nice painterly style. The only thing you lack is the digital know how. To be honest, I like the old school feel of your artwork. You would be hard pressed to get that digitally.
Any input you can provide is appreciated. You've worked with miniatures a lot longer than I have.
Oh wow! That must be a hard work. But totaly worth the time which you spent with it. *nod* Looks really amazing! Really awesome set. I love the characters, the coloring, the poses, your designs. Really nice!
Vermin King: Every so often a Thank You goes a long way. Ray over at Ravensblight is going through a dark time ( I know. Dark is kinda his theme ), but if you appreciate his work, you might go to the site and grab his email and send him a Thank You
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Vermin King: That was a whole lot easier than expected. One click
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