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Monday, April 2, 2007

Adding some extras

Sure, our little fella is finished and ready to go hunting, but let's give him so good medicine to aid in his hunt. A few body markings will do just fine. For my tribe, I have chosen black. If you're doing pure fantasy, you can use any color. If you're doing ice age as I am, red, black, white, brown and yellow ochre are all fair game. But no one will judge you if you go Braveheart Blue; it's just too cool. I have also added yet another step of highlighting to the turned out "buckskin" part of the quiver as well as a touch of the same color on my leg wrappings; the leg wraps final highlight does not go all the way around the leg. They only go around about a quarter of the legs' circumference, and they are oriented toward one light source.

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