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  1. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Working up highlights on the forearm armor plates.
  2. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Thank you! One of my friends has a wall of lizards, and the ridiculous amount of color on display made me realize it was time to start cutting loose on my monsters. :-)
  3. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Got the stripes hooked up from neck to arm, added pattern down the side, and stippled like a madman in a way that is clearly visible to eyes but not to cameras :-\
  4. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Base coat for left arm stripes. Next steps: add black liner, break up the edges, reestablish midtones, then glazing.
  5. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Lol I'm down for that, those guys were scary when I was little!
  6. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Got some time to put base coats down for the arm stripes.
  7. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Base coat, shading, and mid-tones for right arm and side. Ready for more of the infinite stripes. Once I've got the patterns done on this side, I'll copy it over to the left. After that, I'll start working on the little bone spurs and the armor plates.
  8. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Palette-wise, I'm totally flying by the seat of my pants on this guy. I pretty much just pick a vivid colour as the base coat, then throw on layers until it clicks. It's very very far from optimal from a time efficiency viewpoint, but fortunately that's not why I paint. :-)
  9. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    A bit of black liner, then a few layers of green glaze over everything.
  10. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Real life has been getting right in the way of painting lately. Got a bit of time this afternoon to work up the base coats of the neck stripes on one side.
  11. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Still working on the head. Teeth, tongue, spikes, and some shading touches.
  12. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Working up the gradient on the crown horns.
  13. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Added glaze and ink for gradients and some shading. Also added stippling and streaks to break up some hard lines, then started base coats on the horn/crown thing.
  14. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Eyes.
  15. blargney

    Tarrasque time!

    Head stripe base coats mostly done. I might do a few more wispy ones, haven't yet decided.
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