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18 minutes ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

Yay! We're useful!

 

Darn tootin'!

 

Of course, as usual your usefulness cost me some cash (just ordered a seam scraper). :lol:

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2 hours ago, CorallineAlgae said:

 

Darn tootin'!

 

Of course, as usual your usefulness cost me some cash (just ordered a seam scraper). :lol:

That's how you know I did it right! :lol:

 

*chalks another one up on the board*

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Ok so the blue is blocked in with season blue then a wash of ultramarine shadow, blocking the scales out with blue flame ( early days) then will apply a wash of either dragon blue or ultramarine shadow over the scales.  This will take a while

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So I think blocking the scales in flame blue was too much of a jump so I switched to ice blue;)

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Oooh, I am liking this very much, didn't think of this model as a blue; but damn, that's a great color choice!

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Ok so I got a little more ice blue down before work and I am thinking of switching the purple over to white 

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Depends on the atmosphere you're going for I think.  Personally I like that you were willing to paint a bright dragon in some vivid colors.

 

I think the blue-to-white color scheme is pretty typical for both blue and white dragons.  Nothing wrong with it at all, it's tried and true. But I have to say I like that you were willing to take it more of a "tropical lizard" route than a "standard fantasy dragon" route.

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Pinappale I was going to go the easy route but I may stay tropical

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So I ask for input, after looking at some of the painted marths on the internet I see that only the horns are painted as bone and the top of his head is skin colored but I painted the whole top as a bony crown.  Does this read right I included a pic ad a very nice marth with a fleshy head.  Any input welcomed.

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I think it doesn't matter if you paint it as bone or as skin, it will look good either way.

 

So you choose what you like best!

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Thanks professor l, I think bone

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Eyes of the dragon, pretty happy with these.

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Aaaaand the head is attatched

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