I went with blonde mostly because it felt more "Hayden" to me, and added blue tattoos to break up all the skin (and there's quite a bit). Some close-ups of the tats (that's an "a" not an "i" you pervs):
This was my first time really painting extensive tattoos. I definitely need more practice. I aimed for a mixture of pseudo-Celtic swirls mixed with some Norse/Germanic symbols.
She also has a pretty nice caboose for a tiny little dwarf lady. At some point I would like to pick up the *ahem* resin version of her. I always enjoy painting up Hasslefree's stuff and I am definitely planning on more in the future. Their dwarf line in general is pretty amazing, so I may give her some more heavily armored backup down the line.
Is one of those tats misspelled? Because the prototype has one spelled wrong.ReplyDelete
Your diminutive cheerleader apparently got a quote tattooed on herself and it's misspelled. And yes, I am somewhat horrified that I know that. I'd confess it in church, but there are some things God won't forgive.ReplyDelete
I handn't head about that. Luckily my Hayden doesn't have any words in her tattoos to misspell. Although I have no idea if she might be hiding more under what little clothing she's wearing...Delete