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  1. Ok, I'll probably play with the white highlights on the base- I think they're too wide to carry the effect I want. And I may still glaze the lava bit. I'm just tired of orange. If I have to use any more orange anytime soon, I might scream. Speaking of orange... I base coated him in walnut brown, then gradually worked up to the bright colors. I used blood red, saffron sunset, sun yellow and pure white for the elemental's glowing effect, and a bit of marine teal on the body to give some more contrast. The base I'd started in those colors, but it just wasn't working, so I upped the brightness using clear red and lava orange. The rocks have a touch of carnival purple and some pure white mixed with walnut brown. I sculpted the base using a combination of greenstuff and sculpey. I was trying for a splash effect, as if the elemental had just pounded his fist into a stream of lava. Oh- the Wip is here. C&C always welcome! Enjoy!!
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