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Cronoan last won the day on June 18 2012

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  1. Yeah I definitely understand, I lost half of my names and legacy too. But I like naming systems so I had fun making more original ones. :D I went on to become a raid leader for awhile, but I've recently gone on hiatus to paint and spend more time with my family. :)
  2. Hello all! I think I fell off the map entirely and you won't remember me, it's been probably 9 months since I finished any minis. I moved to the north and got a new job in my field, so I haven't had much time all year till now. So bear in mind this is a return to practice and I'm RUSTY haha. So this is Kaabrat'tor. She's my boyfriend's character in Star Wars:The Old Republic and she was a surprise present for him. So the entire color scheme was based off his color choices and not much input by me. It was a lot of fun to do my first sci-fi heroine, but I think I got too caught up in detailing NMM and kinda failed. It was good practice to get back in the game though. I hope you like her! =D Screenshot reference of the original character--> http://i.imgur.com/QWQofb8.jpg Yes I know I ignored her facial scar, I was worried about screwing up at this scale. Next time!! The base is sculpey with my own take on flock detailing, taken from the raid instance in the game known as "Terror from Beyond." Reference image here --> http://imageshack.us/a/img803/327/swtor2012100821384784.png The lighting and textures in this piece were all darker than usual for me, to mesh more with the environment from the game. As always, any C&C is appreciated. =)
  3. I have to also say the dress is magnificent. But I also love her face. You gave her a great, focused expression, a beautiful figure overall.
  4. Very nice! You did a great job lining and shading the details, especially the fur! Nicely done. :D
  5. I love the snake scales on the dragon! It's a natural color/pattern choice for a fantasy creature, and I approve. I think it works really well. And the color scheme you picked for the whole is amazing. Your blending is unbelievable. Beautiful piece! :D
  6. Great job with the gems! Glass textures are hard to paint and make seem 3 dimensional, and you did a superb job!
  7. It's great to see you painting again! Amazing job on the cloak and her face is beautiful! I love the colors you chose.
  8. @ Kuro and Warlady: Thank you both! I'm glad you approve of the face so wholeheartedly, that makes me feel a lot more confident in the features I gave her. XD And thanks Kuro, it's really good to be back. I've missed painting sooo much.
  9. Thanks very much for everyone for the compliments I'm glad you like it! Yeah this was primarily done with Reaper's Ultramarine triad, which are some really clear gorgeous blues. I had a blast working with these colors.
  10. Nicely done, I love the iguana's shading and expression. And the ale (grog?) bottle is amazing amazingly painted. I love how it's transparent but still looks dirty or dusty. =P
  11. Hai guys!! So I took a 4 month hiatus from painting cause work got too intense, and I'm back! I finally finished Hannah Blackruby, which I started in July. >.< As always, any C&C is appreciated. My theme with this one you might notice is water. Melody's an original character I made AGES ago, a water mage, and it was a good exploration into monochromatic theme design. The base is made from Super Sculpey and gap filled with Milliput. On the whole I'm happy with it, although her expression came out more Disney-fied than intended. I hope you enjoy her! =D The WIP thread is here if you're interested. <3
  12. So here's the next iteration. She needs eyebrows and I need finesse. >< Still working on making the color scheme work, trying to figure out if I want to use silver accents or gold. Gold is blue's complement sure, but I imagined this character as a colder ice based scheme. Gold will be too warm I think. Anyway I'm still knocking it out and working out the details. Any suggestions are appreciated, comments, etc. =) ***EDIT*** I finished her, but didn't wanna bump a several months old topic. So for the sake of completion, here she is!
  13. Hey guys! So here's the beginnings of Hannah, a fantastic sculpt by Werner Klocke. I've been waiting to paint her till I felt I could hopefully do her some justice. And here goes. I'm painting her in the likeness of an old character I designed once as a song mage descended from water nymphs. Human form, blue and white garb, water magic, and eventually platinum hair. Her project name is Melody. So far just got the skin and expression where I want them to be. A little rough in the lining and needs smoothing of gradients elsewhere, but I hope you like her so far! =D
  14. I think it's an excellent start, the head looks really good and the proportions seem accurate to me. It's good that you're keeping it thin allowing yourself to flesh it out as you go. Keep going, definitely walk away when you're too frustrated. But also remember that sometimes you need to put on a movie and just bust out some crazy work for an hour and a half to get through whatever's frustrating you.
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