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  1. Here's my second skeleton following the same color scheme: bone, Red, orange/brown. Seems to be working so far. Just adding to this one to prevent flooding the forum.
  2. Another skeleton done. Bone: Heavy light brown Iraqi Sand Ivory Leather: Light brown Ochre Brown Cape: Viceroy red Phoenix Red (Shaded with green ink and indigo blue)
  3. Got another one in this weekend all the way through, painted and based. I have seen this model done a number of different times and have really envied the work of those I saw, but it was finally my turn. Overall, this one was done on faster side and I'd love to have gone into further detail, but I got a bit excited to finish. I think I could punch up the cape a bit more with some orange. The skeleton colors were a bit of a test: light brown, sand yellow, splintered bone. The steel mail was also a test where I cant sem to figure out how to best highlight metal. It's too bright for me to see how much I'm layering on and it just looks like big jumps when I try. Either way, this one came out good, but I know I could have done it better.
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