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  1. Presenting Triton, part of the Merfolk faction in the game Deep Wars by Antimatter Games. I painted his tail in some of that fancy colour-shifting paint that doesn't photograph at all and the highlighting is a bit rough, but I did a really good job (for me) of filling all his gaps so I'm calling it a win. As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
  2. Hello there! Trying my hand at a WIP thread again, I know my last couple of them died a terrible death, but I'm hoping that by concentrating on a single figure, I won't stress out over my painting not being good enough and end up with a pile of half-done stuff again. If this works, then whenever I start on a figure I think deserves a bit more effort and/or is really cool looking, I'll memorialise the project in a thread. Our first test subject is this guy, The Biomancer - Yep, he's a freaky pile of little details. At this stage I'd primed and brown washed him to better see what was what. I had a little bit of time left at the end of today's painting session, so I made a start on the basecoat - I'm liking the blue tentacles, but I think the purple on his pet octopus is a bit too dark, might try something pinker.
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