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This one was about doing some more experimenting, such as: Painting eyes before skin (I think I'll keep doing this) Painting the base for the eyes with a color instead of just black (I went with purple, and the fact that I feel compelled to say that probably shows how ineffective it was at looking like some colored eyeliner instead of a black outline) Painting the base early (I don't think I'll keep doing this, unless it's for a specific reason with certain minis) Trying to create a fair skin tone with warm undertones (I liked what I was able to do for this) Trying to do blonde hair (turned out a little darker than ideal, and it needed more highlights, but at least it was reasonably blonde-ish) Trying to combine washing with layering highlights on the same part (I think my biggest mistake here was not doing some layering on the shaded zones, since I relied too much on base coat+wash to fill in that side of the gradient) More blacklining (really liking the effect this has, though I need to work on the neatness and thickness of the lines) More pictures and thoughts as I worked on it at my blog: link Overall, I like the results, but I'm really annoyed at how stark the transition between the shades and highlights on the skirt turned out. Looking back, I'm not sure why I didn't do some glazing on it, because I could tell that it was too much even while painting the rest of the mini. I guess I'm still new enough to the hobby that I'm going to have stupid oversights like that. Anyway, C&C welcome
I am painting up a bunch of pirates for 50 Fathoms one-shot and hopefully a campaign. Pretty fast paint jobs, i didn't spend a ton of time on these tabletop Bones minis. First up Gruff Grimcleaver (70133), now nicknamed The Swede: Next Mariel Twinspar (70135): And last pirate recruit Seoni (Bones 89006), painted up as a 50 Fathoms water mage.