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Primrose - Casual by RenrookART Primrose - Casual by RenrookART
Background and Commission information from Prodigal-Gamer

Primrose Brandybuck
-Female, hobbit, wanderer (in D&D terms, she's sort of a ranger/bard).
-About 3' tall; athletic build so far as hobbits are concerned (she looks like she spends a lot of time walking about out of doors).
-Fair skin, maybe with a farmer's tan; brown eyes; short, curly, dark brown hair.
-Largish, bare feet, also topped with dark brown hair.
-You could draw her wearing leather armor or without.
-Comfortable breeches in green or brown (maybe with a hint of a pattern or texture); white button up shirt; dark red vest (also with a hint of some pattern or texture-- but different from the pants); plain, greenish-greyish cloak.
-Prim's weapon of choice is her bow; it's not really magical, but it has a long history; it was wielded by a hobbit hero from an earlier age and gifted to her for her valor; it's probably made of a lighter/blonde wood (but if you find that it looks better in a darker color, run with it).
-Prim also has a fairly plain short sword and dagger.
-She wears a traveling pack with rations, blankets and a simple flute of sorts (that she plays surprisingly badly).
-If you'd like, you could do two versions-- one in leather armor, the other in the clothing described above, but without the armor.



Commission for :iconprodigal-gamer: of his halfling character, Primrose. This is her casual dress. A version of the character in leather armor is to come soon. XD Hope you like!






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Character Prodigal-Gamer. Art RenrookART / SBdesigns 2013. Please do not use without permission.

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LegoVasavouchi Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh geez that is ridiculously adorable. You just don't see enough lady hobbits bein' awesome, y'know? And I love the way you colored her hair and eyes. Really beautiful. ♥_♥
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RenrookART Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah, Prodigal-Gamer commissions a lot of hobbits so I have done quite a bit of research into styles that I like and that would adapt well to the hairy feet. I'm rather happy with the direction my small people are taking. XD
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LegoVasavouchi Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Your research certainly paid off. Lovin' your hobbit, lovin' your style.
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