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Geoff Davis

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  1. I love it! That is very inspiring. I have made it my wallpaper on the computer here in the studio.
  2. I really like the overall sort of ethereal look of the glow. its really enhanced by the faint glow coming out of the sleeves. I think you are on the right track. Here are some OSL hints that I hope will help. Saturate the light colour. That means repeat the application of the blue colour several times to make it really intense right around the white dot at the center of the light source. Make your shadows really dark. Make them darker again. More dark. A bit of colour theory will also help. Try painting the shadows of the cloak with a very dark orange colour. Orange is the complemen
  3. Thanks! I usually post my most recent stuff on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/HecatinaStudio
  4. Cool! You should come check out my painting studio the next time you roll through Halifax. I have a pretty good inventory of minis including Reaper, Dark Sword, Infinity, etc. So, if you want something other than WizKids or GW, my studio is the place to visit. There are also quite a few small local game shops carrying the standard fare of D&D type stuff. https://www.hecatina.ca/visit-our-studio/
  5. A dumpster. I started painting it as part of Aaron Lovejoy's blending class. Then had a ton of fun weathering it.
  6. Gerat work, Samedi! I'm glad you found the lessons useful.
  7. My first time painting a chibi figure. Probably not the last. Painting this made me feel happy.
  8. A Hellcat Hacker for my Corregidor Nomads team for Infinity.
  9. A tip that I've found helps me a lot with sheer fabrics -- paint all the skin tones on the mini first as though the cloth isn't there at all. Then go back and paint fabric. Example below behind spoiler tag due to NSFW. Compare dress of figure on left to stockings of figure on far right. Center figure has no sheer fabric. My experience has been that the stronger your highlighting and shading is, with clearly defined light direction, the better the effect looks. Reel sheer cloth works when light goes through and is reflected by the skin underneath. If there is no light hitting the surface,
  10. OMG that's so gross! I hope you left one eye unpainted!
  11. I think the NMM looks great. Especially with all the rust!
  12. I'm working on this figure, too I love what you've done with the base. It looks great!
  13. You don't necessarily have to put the blue glow on the halfling's clothing to give the impression of a glow. If you increase the saturation of the blue a lot and brighten up the white center it will convey that illusion, because the colour is so intense compared to the rest of the figure . I recommend using Reaper's Surf Aqua. Paint a ring with that colour between the white that you already have and the first blue ring. Then paint it again a couple of times to increase the blue intensity. Then reapply the white node in the centre of the light several times to make it super bright . It wil
  14. Wow! Thank you very much, that's quite the compliment. I love that guy, very cool!
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