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  1. I just finished her for RCL. She was great example of a modern bones figure - crisp details, very little cleanup needed. Having larger eyes to work with was a nice change of pace! I was trying for a dark bunny look. I can’t remember the breed, but it was a UK variant, and I have the inspirational picture. Trying to overlay paint stripes at the color bounds seemed to give the impression of fur, but it was really tough to keep consistent!
  2. Started working on another one of Moonlight Minis Harefolk: Helena or, as the owners husband calls her, "Furzetta". 😛 Just some base coats and laying out the fur pattern which is based on a Dutch Rabbit:
  3. Picked her up at ReaperCon. Great sculpt and a lot of fun to paint. Painted entirely with Pro Acryl paints. Went with a more rustic pallet of copper with bronze trim for the armor instead of the bright steel of the original image.
  4. Picked her up at ReaperCon this year. Should be working on some commissions, but she kept calling it to me, so here we are! Finished with the fur, eyes, leather bits and the gem. All done with Pro Acryl paints and Brown Liner. Really nice print but being all one piece makes it a pain to get into all the nooks and crannies.
  5. Tried to do this one in short order. I'm trying to knock out as many as i can lately. Battle Report! It's been a while since I've posted some work. I've been busy painting but have not done a good job of showing for it. I really have missed good feedback and critique. I'll post a string of posts shortly. Gotta get back in this. It's a new year! Highs: * pants and tunic came out solid. Worked the pants up from black brown to red. Shirt was a tan, cream, bone. * really was careful on the shape of the eye. I wanted to go further, but it looked good just leaving them as is. * still looking for the best leather recipe. Been using brown sand + agrax earthshade. See coin purse. * i thought mixing a dark flesh tone and bca pink would be fun. It was. Fun experiment that worked out. Lows: * having the damndest time blending browns up. I can dry brush them, but i can't blend them via water and layers. Not sure what I'm getting wrong? * i was having a hard go at the hair direction when feathering. * flesh shade was a bit too heavy on the feet. * feels like crossbow could have more to it.
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