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Wonderful job! I love White, the candlestick is simple yet elegant, and I am going to be moving into this mansion in a week.
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fendue wrote:Mrs. White is so unique. I think you should keep her.
Yes, and I'm in love with the concept I created for her, but I there are elements I think I could have pulled off better. Sadly, with too much erasing (I ended up changing her direction), her face got clouded over with overworking. This I'm not happy about.

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Redid Mrs. White. I think she looks better. (Note the hint of a heart tattoo on her left arm!)

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Also, Mrs. Peacock joins the cast.

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I do like White rather better, and Peacock is very nice. You've got me anxious for more.
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Ah, much better! I like her a lot more now. And Mrs. Peacock is stunning!
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Peacock is absolutely stunning! :o

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Very good!
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I love Peacock, I'm not a big fan of her being older than her late 40's but you've pulled it off well.

As for White, I like it, it's an improvement. I actually liked the first one too, but I'll live either way.

What exactly is Peacock supposed to be doing with her hands? It looks like she's saying, "A little more to the left..." :P
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I really love Peacock a lot. She looks wonderfully elegant, yet perhaps a bit batty. Great work. The new White is great too.
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I love the new Mrs. White! Possibly used to be a cook at the prison? 8)

Peacock is gorgeous. I can picture her sitting on the Lounge sofa.

btw, was it your intention (thus far) to draw up the characters in the order they appeared in the Clue Movie?
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cacums wrote:btw, was it your intention (thus far) to draw up the characters in the order they appeared in the Clue Movie?
Good catch! I didn't notice that.

CluedoKid, I must reiterate my love for your Peacock. Possibly my favourite one of all time. She looks simply grand with a capital G. You've managed to capture both her elegance and her crazy side. Beautiful!

(I'm mostly looking forward to Scarlet! You always create amazing ones.) :)

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cacums wrote:I love the new Mrs. White! Possibly used to be a cook at the prison?
Seems that way doesn't it? However, I also have this vision in my head of Mrs. White having to endure comedic prat-falls. For example, she'd head to the Lounge to announce dinner is ready, only to get smacked to the floor when the secret passage door opens.
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cacums wrote:btw, was it your intention (thus far) to draw up the characters in the order they appeared in the Clue Movie?
(I'm mostly looking forward to Scarlet! You always create amazing ones.) :)
I'll like to capture a similar feel to MMM Scarlet, however use the Edwardian look I'm aiming for the characters.

At one point I considered to make her into a meaty, robust madam of a brothel.
PrinceAzure33 wrote: What exactly is Peacock supposed to be doing with her hands? It looks like she's saying, "A little more to the left..." :P
Yes, she could very well be saying that the accomplice forced to move the body for her!
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CluedoKid wrote:
Adam106 wrote:
cacums wrote:btw, was it your intention (thus far) to draw up the characters in the order they appeared in the Clue Movie?
(I'm mostly looking forward to Scarlet! You always create amazing ones.) :)
I'll like to capture a similar feel to MMM Scarlet, however use the Edwardian look I'm aiming for the characters.
Ooh, sounds good. :)

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cacums wrote:
btw, was it your intention (thus far) to draw up the characters in the order they appeared in the Clue Movie?
Who are you? Perry Mason?

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It was a busy day, and I had hockey, but I did accomplish completion of the Rope.

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I don't think that I knew you played hockey. How long have you been doing that?
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I recently joined again. This has been my second game after a seven year hiatus.

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Do you mind if I ask you here what it's like getting back into it after the hiatus?
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Everybody else has better skills and experience, so it sets the bar high to do just as well, which I won't for the first little while. My performance has improved since the first game yesterday. Slowly with hard work, I will gain the skills needed and be more respected as a fellow teammate.

Yes, so far it's been a positive experience. :)

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You rock, CluedoKid. Will you be able to post pics?
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