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DSM 1310 - 2008 Elmore Demoness by Cyr

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3 minutes ago, eldamir said:

She looks sad that you covered her naughty bits! ::):

 

Alas, she must be censored! Her full glory is too much for this website to behold! 

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1 hour ago, eldamir said:

She looks sad that you covered her naughty bits! ::):

 

I think it's more the fact that she somewhere lost her beautiful and expensive dress and can't find it anymore.

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17 minutes ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

 

I think it's more the fact that she somewhere lost her beautiful and expensive dress and can't find it anymore.

 

I'd be pretty pissed if I lost a beautiful and expensive dress too. 

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56 minutes ago, Silvervane said:

Nice, looking forward to seeing the progress on this one.  I like the olive skin triad.  

 

It will be my first time using this one. I wanted to practice skin tones with it on a 28-32mm scale figure before bringing it to a Pegaso bust that I have waiting. Looks like I'll be able to extend it a bit with the Golden Triad; will be experimenting. My usual skin tones have been extending highlights with some of the Fair or Golden skins, and extending the shadows with Red Brick or S75 Arbuckles Brown and S75 Bosh Chestnut. 

 

She'll end up with some sort of tattoos too I think... just because. 

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Sounds good,  I posted 2 minis on the forum using the olive skin.  I could link to them if you want an example of how I tackled it.  One is even a DSM mini though not nearly as much skin.

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I'll looked through the WIP's and dont think I wrote the steps for painting the skin.  If you want after looking I can give it to you.  It's in my recipe book.

 

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Those are lovely figures!! Very helpful ::D: Yeah this seems like what the Tan Skin triad wishes it could be.

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Individual colors of Tanned Skin and Highlight are fine, perhaps also as options for leather. The shadow is almost identical to the base though. Honestly, it is probably the only Reaper paint I can say I'm disappointed with. 

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Did some preliminary blocking of the shadows with Olive Skin Shadow and Red Brick. 

 

Did the face (under chin still preliminary). Still need eyebrows. Not 100% happy with her cheeks but it isn't bad. Went from Red Brick to Fair Highlight via the olive tones. The lips are still slightly angry pouty but perhaps a little less angry, more fierce. 

 

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