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Among the many challenges there are in becoming a good mini painter, I've found getting flesh tones right to be one of the most difficult. I spent quite a bit of time trying to achieve a realistic look on the Ettin. I think I've made some progress - but lots of room for improvement. (I found the following video to be really helpful in understanding how to paint flesh tones:
I loved this doing this piece. It was my first time experimenting with this much flesh tone. Overall, I am pleased with how he came out. The original concept was going to be half undead, half alive for a game I was running. I decided, after a failed attempt at zombie looking skin, to go a different route, two different flesh tones. As a bones mini, there was one slight imperfection. On his belt, there was a series of skulls. It appears one of them got a bit muddled in the casting process. My sculpting ability is non-existant, so I painted it as a mass of something gross, maybe a fungus or something like that. At any rate, I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed painting it! And as always, CC is welcomed!
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