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    Apollo - Angel form

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    This is the angel form of my D&D Aasimar character, Apollo. I hope you guys like it =)
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    looking real cool the only thing is the feet, i think either the armour design makes it look stiff kinda makes him look like he's standing instead of floating , apart from that i really wish i could see a close up shot too, hope you get some more useful criitique to make this pop more

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    The hair seems to get lost in the background, and some of the cloth coloring just looks off.


    The hand and leg armor should have a bit of different in height and edging from teh skin, but that being said well done.


    I thought the angel-blood PCs are supposed to look, by the bulk, normal except for a few minor things? This looks like an overpowered character.
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    Thanks for your feedback!

    The "armor" should be part of his body, I think I didn't show it well. The concept is that some parts of hist body goes gradually from skin into metal. Something that only divine beings could have.

    My character was a 13 year old Paladin Aasimar, with the same level of power of the other characters. But the DM made it in a way he could choose some critical moments of danger that my character would transform into a powerful Solar Angel. The other PCs also had similar things, so no one is overpowered if everyone is overpowered

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    As an old DM, so many issues with what you said, but so it goes. That's the campaign they are running then that's the campaign they are running.
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    The thing I see having the most problems is the level on details on the same plane. I really like the wings and the cloth, but you over egged it on the figure. You have a choice: soften the figure to match or bring those wings and cloth up to the same detail. This what makes it look unfinished - incoherence.

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