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Wednesday, June 23, 2010
54mm Waiteri tribe: 2nd Huntress
Here's my second huntress. Seeing that the first one didn't get any warpaint, I reckon' this one is the first huntress and the other is a scout, or (*gulp* looks around for feminists), a gatherer.
Nothing much to this one: a little bit of fur, a touch of warpaint, and a cute little haircut (plus a feather as with all the hunters.) I love her little girly pose, a nice, feminine pose that is enhanced by her showing off the spear she'll ventilate you with if you don't show any respect; she is not a gatherer.
I'm not sure I like the obsidian points on the spears so far. I may go back and make them all a basic (warmer) gray stone or bone color. The other way I could go about making the spear points look obsidian is to paint them straight-up black and then hit them with a layer of gloss varnish (after the figures have been sealed.) I think I'll do that.