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  1. Mutilatedlips

    The Possession of Kaladrax

    I had a tough time taking photos of the Dragon. He is more of a grey color. I used Reapers Polished bone and washed him in a mix of that and black. First attempt at lava and I am happy with it. Hope you enjoy. :) EDIT : So, this was one of my 1st paints since I was around 8 years old and I completed and posted it earlier this year. Yeah, I chose a Giant Skeleton Dragon (mostly because of my love for the cover art for The Pillars of Pentegarn) The Lava Police subsequently came after me and it was upsetting at the time because I was so proud of my lava. A few months of looking at it and getting more experience....it started to bother me. I was pretty sure I could do better. Ripping the Dragon off of his previous base was an incredible feat do to the kind of glue I was told to use that was unforgiving concrete. I had to chisel him off the wood and he took chunks of wood with him. I got a horrible blister on my index finger from working that putty as it was hardening too. I didn't want to repaint the Dragon, as I said, he is one of my 1st paints and I still think I painted him extremely well despite me still being unable to capture him any better in the photos. I didn't want him with brown wash, so he is more gray and black. I left 3 old pics for comparison and for decent shots of the Necro. I hope you enjoy my new Possession of Kaladrax and maybe...just maybe, the Lava Police come back and say something nice (even though I still used glossy varnish :) )
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