I started off with a Crooked Dice 'Classic' Pandora King stock figure.
I sketched out a rough image of what Leopard Girl's hood should look like - as my stupid phone wouldn't display the photo I'd taken from off the computer. Stupid technology!
Wanting to go all fancy, like a certain Mr Awdry, I began working on the base. Supergluing some garden gravel to the base, and atop each other, smoothing out the joins and joints with modelling putty. I've even gone to the extreme of purchasing tiny 'leaves' basing material to make the basing look good. I can see I'll have to keep buying scenic basing material from now on.
The only thing I might add before painting is a couple of large teeth to the leopard, hanging down and atop Leopard Girl's forehead. But I'll make that decision next time. I've also spotted the leopard suit's neckline is right up under the chin, so I'll need to model that on, definitely. Oh, and then there's the fact the model has a belt sculpted on and boots, whereas Leopard Girl doesn't. Damn. More work.