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  1. Finished him. Since he's already got a base, I'm cashing this one in as it is.
  2. It's the weekend again (or pre-weekend) and it's time to get the some painting on! In continuation of our Paint Club, here's the Chaos Toad Savage. BATTLE REPORT! Wins: * Looking to inspiration first before jumping in was helpful. I pulled the image below to make a two toned toad helped steer the underbelly and eyes. * Blending the chest to the arms was fun to try. I'd wanted to do wet blending, but this was an easy one to do as a warm up. Blended Khaki to Refractive Green. Win! * Used 2 different washes to help bring out the tones of the paints: body got Agrax Earthshade and the chest got Fleshtone. Win * Eyes - tried doing black circles with black center and round it with a yellow/white mix. Win! Although...room for improvement. * Goth nails in black. Win. * Yellow highlights with stippeling rather than brushing on was a good choice. Will do that more. Noted that it was hard on the brush to do that. * Big win on upping highlight in the cape (can be seen on the back) well by going up 3 highlights. I really like it! Opportunites: * Eyes got pushed too far. I ended up going back to try and add a white reflective detail. Fail. * I feel the blisters on the skin could be different color. Wasn't sure what else to go with, but open to ideas. * Pushing contrast was a note I took from someone last time, but still felt this wasn't high enough. Really tried on the chest, but too much. * The mouth, teeth, and tongue look good, but still cartoonish. Would like to add some realism to it. Not sure how to do that? * Washing I was happy with, but would love to hear other ideas for putting over this toad. Maybe oil wash to deepen it? * Chest needs more definition. The separation between the pectoral muscles could be drawn further. How? As always - open to some feedback!
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