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Your choice of colors & brushwork are OUTSTANDINGAND the base compliments the miniature BEAUTIFULLYVERY WELL DONE.

 

15 minutes ago, hdclearman said:

I wonder if he knows he sat on a fish.

 

..if not now, in a few days he might notice.

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On 7/4/2017 at 11:15 AM, hdclearman said:

I wonder if he knows he sat on a fish.

Lol... that would be troll cologne

 

I really like the brown, green, yellow-bumps skin thing going on there.   I think I can figure out how to copy that but if you get a chance I would appreciate a brief explaination of the steps you used to achieve that awesome ( and truly grungy ) look.

Good paintin'

Lorne

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20 hours ago, Pillpeddler said:

Lol... that would be troll cologne

 

I really like the brown, green, yellow-bumps skin thing going on there.   I think I can figure out how to copy that but if you get a chance I would appreciate a brief explaination of the steps you used to achieve that awesome ( and truly grungy ) look.

Good paintin'

Lorne

 

Moldy skin base, dark green wash. Highlighted the bumps with leaf green to a mixture of leaf green and yellow. Brown glaze random here and there, the important thing is not to run the brown over the entire skin. 

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Thanks...

I had thought the brown was paint painted on lightly over base of green.  I appreciate the heads up, I have some trolls to paint and at least one will be a shameless copy of your fine work.

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