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  1. #581

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    Thx eki, should be better now...

    Some more pictures, too:

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    Broke down her middle finger, struggling to put it back correctly, it is damn too small...

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  3. #583

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    elf is coming along nicely! That skin looks fantastic.

  4. #584

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    Thank guys!

    Here is the 95% finished sorceress. I plan to fix some small errors, maybe add some pattern to the red loincloth, but basically done:

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    Middle finger has been covered with thin layer of superglue, then carefully sanded, looks much better now.

  5. #585

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    Wow, fantastic! Those eyes really pull my attention to the very well painted face.
    Plus the armor, skin, boots and cloth all look very good.
    The freehand looks great too.
    And dat hair!

  6. #586

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    Thanks, grob!

    Hair would have been too plain in simple red...

    Meanwhile I was on vacation, started painting Sulnar, Burning Wind.

    Vacation meant beach, but I could take some bottles of paint and some brushes take with myself. wet palette was a plate, covered with some wet cleaning cloth andbaking paper
    Robe top was painted with 1:1 Schmincke PRIMAcryl Titanium White:VMC 70.908 Carmine Red, highlighted with white, darkened with 1:1 mix of VMC Carmine Red and VMC 70.950 Black
    Robe bottom was painted with 1:1 mix of VMC Carmine Red and VMC 70.960 Violet, highlighted with white, darkened with VMC Black

    It is still kind of tricky to paint this 2D transition for me (dark-light, red-violet). Colors are a bit oversaturated on the photo, as the pictures were a bit too dark, but here is the result:

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  7. #587

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    That robe is looking amazing! Love the colors and blends.

  8. #588

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    Thanks, eki!

    Preceeding with the stripes on the belt.

    Gold is 2:1 VMC 70.923 Japanese Uniform:Schmincke White, and 2:1 VMC Japanese Uniform:VMC 70.950 Black, highlighted to white, and shaded to 1:2 2:1 VMC Japanese Uniform:VMC Black
    Turquoise is 1:1 VMC 70.966 Turquoise, highlighted to white.

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  9. #589

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    Nice gradient on the robe. Work well with the NMM gold.

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  11. #591

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    Very interesting colour transition from purple to pink.
    I'm curious how this will develop further.

  12. #592

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    Thanks, guys, some more development on the belt stripes:

    Let's call the color mithril, it is ~1:3 VMC 70.838 Emerald:White, highlighted with white, darkened with 1:1 VMC Emerald:VMC Black
    Blue parts are 1:1 VMC 70.925 Blue:VMC Black, highlighted with white.
    Pure emerald and blue are very strong, I had to desaturate them more than the robe colors, the violet and the pink.

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  13. #593

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    Stupendous !!!!!! Way to go lems!!!

  14. #594

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    Love them colors, this is just a stunning paint so far!

  15. #595

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    Thanks BAM, eki!

    (I had to look up that word, never seen it before )

    So some more progress:

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  16. #596

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    Seriously, that paint looks like it is glowing! How did you get it like this? Is the Schmincke acrylic or oil paints or something else?
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  17. #597

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    Hi eki!

    There are no special secret here. I use stippling for the cloth, highlighting up to white, using the colors I mention in the posts.
    I use very little postprocessing on the picture, as I take my photo against a plasticard sheet, I level the white color to the plasticard white (like http://www.lpgallery.mb.ca/gimp/g4.htm#Eyedropper ).
    But it is slow, I stippling until I am satisfied with the result.

  18. #598

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    Fantastic paint so far!

  19. #599

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Lemming View Post
    Hi eki!

    There are no special secret here. I use stippling for the cloth, highlighting up to white, using the colors I mention in the posts.
    I use very little postprocessing on the picture, as I take my photo against a plasticard sheet, I level the white color to the plasticard white (like http://www.lpgallery.mb.ca/gimp/g4.htm#Eyedropper ).
    But it is slow, I stippling until I am satisfied with the result.
    Nice, another GIMP user I see.
    The figure is looking superb, the cloth looks so rich, well done!

  20. #600

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    Well it is still amazing (looks like the fabric is lit up to me) and wish I knew how to adjust my photos so they looked proper. Right now my cell phone pics look better color-wise than my DSLR camera pics

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