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  1. Great free hand! Bloody eyes are very cool too. When you know what you want to draw, do it a few times somewhere on some piece of plastic, some plastic cup whatever. Once you're happy with the result, do it one last time on the miniature πŸ™‚
  2. A redhead! Genius! Great color pick, great execution. Looks like I'm seconding this opinion πŸ˜„ What paint is that red?
  3. Yeah! I was thinking of doing something like that. My Bones ended up in groups. So instead of SKU, I would write: orcs, goblins, etc.
  4. Great face! Face is not the easiest thing to paint. Very well done! For the mud, I would think you want it to stand out more? So probably like blue pants with brown mud on them. So the mudded surface should be a brighter color of what's on the opposite side of yellow orange on the color wheel. That's just me thinking! I haven't done any mud yet πŸ˜„
  5. Great job! πŸ™‚ For the feedback: maybe add something to the head? You got an interesting base with grass, soil, roots, etc. The feet are covered with mushrooms. So there is a lot going on in the bottom, but pretty much nothing is going on at the top. Maybe put a bird there or a bit of green branches? Otherwise, it's a very well done figure. I would totally face an ancient like this in the deeps of the mystical forest 😁
  6. Very cool! πŸ™‚ It has that cartoony look to it that I like a lot in the miniatures. I'll be painting my Halloween things from Bones 5 in October - sticking to the plan! πŸ˜‰
  7. Nice job! A quality photography job always amplifies the paint job (great or poor - doesn't matter). I see this online all the time. I see it in my own work frequently. Correctly pointed light source highlights and darkens all the right parts, even if the paint job doesn't. On OSL - I just had my first attempt a couple of days ago. I think yours went much smoother πŸ™‚
  8. Great feedback, thank you! I'm tempted to fix that OSL now πŸ™‚
  9. Thank you much! Both of you πŸ™‚ Yeah, I overdid the OSL or actually rushed it. Should've glazed it slowly and evenly. I have a tendency of rushing things when I realize that I'm close to finishing the current figure. Ok, well, lesson learned! Better patience next time πŸ˜‰
  10. Honestly speaking, to me it does, too! But that's weird, in my opinion of course. So! Boot-top it is! πŸ™‚
  11. Satheras craved more power! He spent hours, sometimes days submerging into fel magic.... until the ground started burning beside his feet.... That is all for my "rich" lore πŸ™‚ Now on the serious note. I kind of feel I tried to bite too much with this figure. My first ever attempt at OSL. I thought I can redo this much better, but I try to stick to the philosophy of not redoing, but moving forward - this way I have things to refer back to in the future. The ground burning effect and the overall style and color palette were inspired by World of Warcraft cinematics: https://
  12. I love to work with that stuff! πŸ™‚
  13. Hey man, it's your piece, so it really should be the way you see it. Just a little bit of color, I think, would make the whole scene more alive. Just a personal opinion πŸ™‚ By the way, what are they made of? The pink foam from Home Depot?
  14. Good job! Don't worry about loosing a contest. You'll get it. A lot of times it's hard to stop at chipping away rocks or carving more and more cracks in a stone wall πŸ™‚ To me it looked all natural. I'm only commenting on this because I read your description. I think in this case, it's just the type of rock this mountain top is made of so that big chunks are being washed away by the wind and the rain. If you want to make rocks more interesting, add more color to them. Natural rocks are not just shades of grey. For example, you can give them some mold by adding yellow or g
  15. Great details. The staff looks just the right amount of "shabbyness"!
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