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  1. #3421

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    Great face
    You've really caught life in the eyes.
    1. 'Painting is a companion with whom one may hope to walk a great part of life's journey.' W. Churchill
    Thank you for asking but I don't do commissions.

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    ​Love that conversion. I admire how you’re pushing yourself in that direction.

  3. #3423

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    Gorgeous gorgeous work, the sculpting turned out amazing and the skin tones on everything look phenomenal. I can't wait to see what you continue to do with these

  4. #3424

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    Really lovely "lollipop girl", great work as always.
    The painted version looks more detailed (horns, clothes), is it done only by paint or did you add details to the sculpt before painting it?

  5. #3425

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    Superb work on lollipop girl, your skintones just blow me away every time!

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    Thanks, everyone!

    Dexter0015, the details on the horns and textures on the leather parts of the clothing are painted on. There's some uneven shapes sculpted into the leather, but all of the fine detail is paint. I did the horns in the same way I did my last tiefling. I did a series of dark lines around them, then adding some highlights and a bit of shading to create a 3D effect.

  7. #3427

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    DAvid your justincredible (just incredible) nothing else to say

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    amazing work so far. I like how you have aded more expression to her face than is sculpted. looks spot on .
    My WIP thread - where the painting and rambling happens http://www.coolminiornot.com/forums/...ing-lark-again

    My Instagram - where I post pictures every now and again https://www.instagram.com/coyotepaints/

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    I've been away for a while. Work and family and pandemics and all have kept me busy. Thankfully I've still be able to work on miniatures from time to time, even if I haven't gotten around to updating this thread!

    I've got a number of things to catch up on, but let's start with what I've done most recently. I posted some pictures of this 70mm female orc before but I just got back to her the other week. I had a scene in mind for her but didn't quite feel confident enough to try constructing it. However, in my downtime I've been practicing my sculpting skills on a few other projects so I thought I'd give the base for the orc a try. I'm pretty happy with the results. I worked with Super Sculpey and baked it over the weekend. Hopefully I'll be able to put some paint on it soon. Haven't gotten around to painting anything I've sculpted yet, so I'm very curious to see how this will look once there's some color on it.

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    Great stuff. You’ve got just enough to tell the story, and nothing wasted. Something tells me it will look pretty decent when you get around to painting it.

  11. #3431

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    SaintToad summed it right. Really interesting base concept. I'm looking forward to see it progress.

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    You know my thoughts already Dave. Your a magic man. Your route that painting has lead you into the forced contrast of shadow/ highlights proved to be another perfect choice to elevate your painting skills once again. Your sculptwork continues to impress. Your a genius mate.
    my love to you and the family always.

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    I'm trying to get back to painting on a more regular basis. With Halloween approaching, Frank von Stein (75mm) from Terrible Kids Stuff seemed like an ideal subject. I've had a lot of fun working on his sickly skin. The skin tone was based in AK's Grey Green. I added a 50/50 mix of AK's Basalt Grey and Reaper's Walnut Brown to that for the shadows (with Black added to anywhere which needed to be even darker). Highlights were done by adding AK's Green Grey to their Grey Green (yeah, not the most helpful names). And final highlights were done with Reaper's Linen White. After that I went in with glazes of red around the sutures, implants, and in the cheeks, glazes of purple along the veins, and glazes of blue in some select shadows.



  15. #3435

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    Really nice progress. Good to see you back on the forum.

  16. #3436

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    The skin is looking its usual fantastic self, like in all your other work! Can't wait to see your latest progress.

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