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    Default Crystella's painting again :)

    Hey guys and girls, it's been awhile but I've got the urge to paint some of the many models on my desk. So here is the first one I tickled with paint last night.
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    Tickled with paint.....love that!

    looks cool so far, what mini is it?
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    Is it the Orion, King of the Woods?
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    Holy crudge! The Ivy strewn goatboy gets a lick .......of paint

    Ace to see some work from you again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonsreach View Post
    Is it the Orion, King of the Woods?
    Yeah it is. Going for a slightly different tone on this guy

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommie Soule View Post
    Holy crudge! The Ivy strewn goatboy gets a lick .......of paint

    Ace to see some work from you again

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    We'll see how my summertime insomnia keeps this paint thing going for

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    A bit more done. This guy has a lot of green and green tone going on
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    Looking good so far, will definitely keep checking in to see how it is coming along.

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    Watching paint land on mini. Never gets old.

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    Would ya lookit that? Y'know, you're actually pretty good at this painting malarkey. You should do it more
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    Looking good, great mini
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    WAHOOOO!!! LOOK OUT BOYS! THE GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN! (Now I'm going to have that song stuck in my head the rest of the day. *sigh* I will never learn.)

    Welcome back Crys! Paint on girl!

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    Hey there Kathrynloch, I've been painting but not miniatures here you go, Indigo Beau painted in oils
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    Very, very nice! The hair detail is just a wee bitout of scale. But it's really, really nice. Excellent color depth. And I did the same thing with the scale on the hair detail...scary huh? lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathrynloch View Post
    Very, very nice! The hair detail is just a wee bitout of scale. But it's really, really nice. Excellent color depth. And I did the same thing with the scale on the hair detail...scary huh? lol!
    Not bad for my second time of using oils and first time on that scale. That was last years effort, putting skills to use on traditional breyers atm.

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    Seems i better get my behind in gear and sling some paint or the ladies will take over everything in here....
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    Quote Originally Posted by marjedi View Post
    Seems i better get my behind in gear and sling some paint or the ladies will take over everything in here....
    C'mon Marj show us your stuff then

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    Love the way your going with Orion. Horse pics were fantastic. I thought they were "hang on the wall" paintings till i scrolled down to the green floor. You should show more

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    Quote Originally Posted by crystella333 View Post
    Not bad for my second time of using oils and first time on that scale. That was last years effort, putting skills to use on traditional breyers atm.
    You're definitely rockin' it with the horsie painting. Very impressive how fast you picked it up. Lot's of fun to see ya advance with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crystella333 View Post
    A bit more done. This guy has a lot of green and green tone going on
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    Crystella with all the green Ivy I'd suggest that you invest in some Vallejo Transparent Yellow (& Green).
    By painting single leaves with differing but close in colour temperature a tiny amount of those paints you can make individual ivy leaves really pop.
    And since ivy can be so very variegated in colour on one plant it adds to the overall effect.
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    Thank you DR will get on that There is a hell of a lot of green and breaking it up is hard.

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