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If my spamming of the board wasn't a hint, I managed to get some brush time today. I quickly pushed through these wolves using nothing but wet-blending. I know the shadow hound is supposed to be used for transparency effects, but I think it looks look as a less super-natural more unnatural beastie. Tip for those who haven't learned it yet: if you let your base-coat/primer fully cure (2-3 days minimum) it won't rub off when you do wet-blending and heavy dry-brushing. These had been sitting for a couple weeks primed while the other projects today were not cured yet.
Ghostly apparitions seem to be a thing these days. Here is the Bones Shadow Hound, made in translucent purple: Slightly reminiscent of "Attack the Block". The thicker the plastic gets, the less translucency the mini retains. Come to think of it, I probably should have shone a light through it from behind to show the translucency properly in the photo, but since I didn't this will have to do. It would not look like that on the table anyhow. At any rate, purple quickshade ink on the whole thing, followed by blue quickshade ink on the mane/shaggy bits and some red ditto