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"I'm a creature who's up to no good" - A modern vampire from "Wild in the Streets" painted up for the World of Darkness

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Thank you!  I had a lot of fun, actually, putting so many colors into the blacks on his outfit.

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11 hours ago, Xherman1964 said:

I love it!

You captured the nocturnal feel.

I agree; very nice work on him!

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OneBoot seems to have been going through the Show Off threads last night, which reminded me of this one.

 

I'm bumping him because although he's kind of a low key subtle paint job I'm really happy with how his face turned out and I hope more people get to see him.

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2 hours ago, Pingo said:

OneBoot seems to have been going through the Show Off threads last night, which reminded me of this one.

 

I'm bumping him because although he's kind of a low key subtle paint job I'm really happy with how his face turned out and I hope more people get to see him.

 

:lol: I was, rather. I hadn't done much in this section for a month and a half and thought it high time I did so. 

 

I really like all of the subtle colors you have in the black clothing. In fact, I always enjoy seeing pieces you've painted with lots of black, since it's always a neat, slightly different color while still being black! ^_^

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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He is a WONDERFULLY disturbing, surrealistic fiend. Your BEAUTIFUL technique brings out all the sinister potential of the miniature. VERY WELL DONE!

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