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jwitham75

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  1. Painted as a gorgon for D&D, so iron not brass. Quick speed paint. Not terribly much to be done given the colour scheme. Tried to make the floor a bit more interesting. .
  2. Scale 75 Instant Colours over black and white sketch.
  3. Finished this up a few weeks ago. Tried a lot of things with this - colour composition art reference, subdued NMM, considering spot colour placement, using a wider range of colours for oil pin washes. Took quite a long time but I was pleased with how it turned out.
  4. Those eyes are just fantastic.
  5. Bringing the heat to Frostgrave. .
  6. The runes on the scroll were meant to be all glowy, but it's a bit hard to see against the light colour of the parchment. .
  7. Bit of wet blending and drybrushing, trying to work of a photo reference to get colours right rather than just 'brown'. .
  8. From about 5-10 years ago. Great sculpt, except that staff is thin and fragile as all get out. Base is a bit meh, I think I should have stippled in a bit more texture, and more color gradation (reds in shadows?), for more interesting stone. .
  9. Simple little speed paint using Citadel Nighthaunt Gloom airbrushed over a grisaille value sketch. . .
  10. Black jack painted up as a spellcasting rogue, hence the osl effect on the outstretched hand. Painted 90% with oils. Much easier to learn with them when it is essentially monochrome and you can just focus on light and shadow. .
  11. Fantasy edgelord championship belt holders since the late 80s! .
  12. Her bendy blades lull her enemies into a false sense of security... .
  13. Underpaint the whole thing in black/grey/white monochrome so that the highlights and shadows (values) are set, then use a transparent colour to tint.
  14. Experimental speed paint. Transparent paints over a grisaille value sketch, with a few washes and pigments to finish off. Method worked pretty well for a monster with a lot of texture. .
  15. Painted as a deep gnome in the Underdark. .
  16. Painted this a few years ago when Darren Latham put up his tutorial on textured cloth. I've since had a bit more practice with the technique - this cloak looks more like creature hide than cloth, but it's still visually interesting. The light coloured robe was a pain to get not-chalky, and it still doesn;t photograph particularly well. .
  17. I was experimenting with different tones of grey with airbrush zenithals, and oil washes, to try and get the skin looking stone giant-y, yet subtly different and more 'living' than rock. The green gem necklac was a bit of a throwaway idea and I was pleasantly surprised at how well it worked. . . .
  18. It's definitely a worm, and it's definitely purple. Speed paint. .
  19. Painted a couple of years ago. The colour scheme took ages to figure out and I was quite happy with it. Definitely could have made the base a bit more interesting.
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