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I'm so tired of IPAs. I never liked them to begin with, and because everyone and their uncle are making 3 different IPAs, plus seasonal IPAs, plus the occasional double IPA there isn't nearly enough room on the shelf/tap for some actual good beer.
So fried after 2 days working in the sun and heat with the public. At least I'm home, there's yummy ice cream in the fridge, and beer... good beer... Plus D&D in an hour!
And one more to be finished soon.
This is a Bloodweiser Babe from a company-which-I-don't-know.
Got her for a good price, so I took her to someday paint her. Then I took part in this month' painting challenge at the German forum I am in.
The topic is "fairytale-like".
She's perfect for that. And she's perfect for trying some painting stuff and blending. I took that possibility to once again try out @Corporeas face painting tutorial in combination with doctor fausts painting clinic (not live) and tried some blending.
Girl voted strongly against it. I don't know how many hours I spent on cleaning and washing her, but still up to this day - and even though colour's already 6-7 layers strong, I have to soooo carefully paint to not strip her top to bottom just because I do a wet blend. That forced me to paint thicker than I originally intended ... That's so annoying. Next time I'll take a metal figure again ...
Anyways - that's how far I am at the moment, but now I am stuck. Two main questions have risen from the graveyard of my willy-nilly mind.
1st: what's the best way to paint eyebrows for her? I mean - blonde girls still have got dark eyebrows, don't they? So how do I do that rather easily?
2nd: Her mug - it's got a rectangular shape and is slightly shifted due to her pose. How do I highlight and shadow that the best way?