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Malulani by MatesLaurentiu Malulani by MatesLaurentiu
Malulani is a stranger d&d character. She is a ranger but she's part elvish. The strange part is that she doesn't know it although she already lived quite long and she didn't age much. This is my second ranger in a very short while. The coincidence made it that Its also a woman and has a wolf companion (which you can see in the distance).
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MatesLaurentiu May 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you, it was a fun project. :)
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sannamy Aug 22, 2012   General Artist
beautiful costume and background...jejejej in particular the tiny "wolfsheep" in the rear... looks funny. XD
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MatesLaurentiu Aug 22, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah, that wolf never got to look exactly how I liked him to. :)
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Fletching colors are nice, they really pop out.
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MatesLaurentiu May 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Its so easy to loose an arrow in the woods. So bright colors help recovering them.
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Oh, I know all about that ^^
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MatesLaurentiu May 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Tell me, I lost quite a few of them. Never give your bow to an untrained friend.
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Make your friend buy/make any arrows they use. After the first dozen they will be a lot more careful :) tracking where missed hits land for each shot is vary important in the woods where I go.

Seasonal arrows that best contrast it's specific foliage colors are vary helpful. Winter is white/brown foliage while fall are yellows and summer is green, find their opposites and pick your favorite color. The feathers and back 6 inches will be the most visible when buried, so make sure if you use stripes that part is painted appropriately.
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MatesLaurentiu May 8, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Good advices. I bought myself a jig to make my own arrows but mostly for the fun of the experience because I have a compound bow. Not exactly the tool on which to use wood arrows.
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