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Started on these this week, thought I'd throw them up before I went to bed. C&C always appreciated, especially on the antelope, I'm having a hard time think what I could do to improve it, but I think it was too easy to get it looking that good. Underside of the antelope is still a wip, BIGTIME, I've barely started on it. I mean the gorey sinewy muscle for the tips to make better.IMG_20180303_164130.thumb.jpg.d4874b5dcd485599558f208be1b68648.jpg

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KDM story spoilers ahead...

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Kingsman, fought at year 6 because he was trying to kill one of our warriors. Resulted in our first death via combat, loss, and TPK. Best session yet, super great.

As for painting, started picking out the faces and hands in gold to see how it looked...

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Not gonna lie I was a bit disappointed when I looked up other paint jobs for him and found that the gold emboosed areas wasn't a unique Idea I had. >:(

Ah well, everything under the sun and all.

 

 

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More work done on both but Pictures of the antelope top side.washed with purple then brushed over with quinacridone red transparent. Coat was a mix of burnt sienna base, shading up to yellow ochre via drybrushing, with a black wash somewhere in the middle.

 

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Some work done on the Kingsman over the last few weeks, here's an update.

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PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE NYARLATHOTEP IN THE BACKGROUND

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