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Hey guys back again this time with the awesome Fire demon! This mini has sooo much detail. I had a blast doing this one I literally painted him by using a series of dots on the skin in three different shades of green! There must be thousands of dots lol. I also accented the dots with white cracks. I am very proud of this model, Any comments are wanted and gratefully received! Enjoy,

 

 

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That's a lot of effort you've put in there!

 

Very cool!!!!

 

Looks awesome!

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 The stippling (that's the fancy art term for "painted with lots of dots") definitely works well on this guy, although it tends to be hell on your brushes...

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Yup that works very well gives a great mottled effect I would be very proud of this one too ;)

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wow!  Love this piece, great work!

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Great looking fire demon!
The original colour scheme and paint technique really work well on it.

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