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  1. It's the weekend again (or pre-weekend) and it's time to get the some painting on! In continuation of our Paint Club, here's the Chaos Toad Savage. BATTLE REPORT! Wins: * Looking to inspiration first before jumping in was helpful. I pulled the image below to make a two toned toad helped steer the underbelly and eyes. * Blending the chest to the arms was fun to try. I'd wanted to do wet blending, but this was an easy one to do as a warm up. Blended Khaki to Refractive Green. Win! * Used 2 different washes to help bring out the tones of the paints: body got Agrax Earthshade and the chest got Fleshtone. Win * Eyes - tried doing black circles with black center and round it with a yellow/white mix. Win! Although...room for improvement. * Goth nails in black. Win. * Yellow highlights with stippeling rather than brushing on was a good choice. Will do that more. Noted that it was hard on the brush to do that. * Big win on upping highlight in the cape (can be seen on the back) well by going up 3 highlights. I really like it! Opportunites: * Eyes got pushed too far. I ended up going back to try and add a white reflective detail. Fail. * I feel the blisters on the skin could be different color. Wasn't sure what else to go with, but open to ideas. * Pushing contrast was a note I took from someone last time, but still felt this wasn't high enough. Really tried on the chest, but too much. * The mouth, teeth, and tongue look good, but still cartoonish. Would like to add some realism to it. Not sure how to do that? * Washing I was happy with, but would love to hear other ideas for putting over this toad. Maybe oil wash to deepen it? * Chest needs more definition. The separation between the pectoral muscles could be drawn further. How? As always - open to some feedback!
  2. I painted this guy to be used as a Big'Un in my warband (WIP thread here)
  3. This is the mini I painted a few months back. My first try at painting tattoos too :D I'm very happy how he turned out, I've used him as a boss in my dnd campaign and people loved him :D Next to a Mantic Greatax Orc :D Next to a heavily converted 03197: Thelgar Halfblood :D
  4. Sorry, I don't think he has a number yet. Continuing on with my Savage Avatars.
  5. My latest project, complete. You can find the WIP thread here. I did an experiment, using ridges of dirt flocking to hold in water effects. It actually worked out reasonably well, though next time I'll know to build up the rest of the base more. I also decided this one was female, on the basis that she's noticeably larger than the other two. I'm rather happy with how the shield came out here. It looked a bit like a horseshoe crab to me, so I wanted to make it look nice and chitinous, as though she tore it from the back of some great swamp arthropod. My first freehand. It was supposed to be an anchor-shaped tattoo to start with, but I messed that up, and decided to just go with an abstract design. I cheated on the pupils for these guys. I bought a micron pen, and it worked out rather well. I probably would have gone with a solid color for the eyes, otherwise. This was the only one to have any sort of decoration on his integral base. The others are pure broccoli, but he's got a little plant on his. Gave it a nice pale green color to contrast with his scales. The color is actually a mystery paint Reaper sent me. I actually have two bottles of the stuff, from two orders from around the same time. I'll be sad when it runs out. It's a very nice color. And here we have his turtleshell shield. I actually looked up pictures of real turtles and cobbled together characteristics of several species for the color selection and pattern. And here's the whole happy family, together. Touching, really.
  6. Last Blood Rage Giant. I love the savageness of these giants. He reminds me of Mumm-Ra a little.
  7. I got these GW savage orks as a present (unpainted ;)). Since I don't play Warhammer they're now serving as D&D non-players. The color scheme is kept pretty close to the box-art (eye-translated to Vallejo range though):
  8. Comments and suggestions welcomed. This time I slowly built up the layers of colour on the fur to allow for lighting as well as furry texture. I like using real eyes for mouselings but in this case black eyes with the black fur would not work and I didn't want to use albino eyes, so this little bloke has ingested some nasty plant matter as part of his rituals pre-battle so his eyes are not normal.
  9. Working on my next project, some lizardmen. These will eventually see use around a gaming table, if I ever get a gaming group. So far just the basecoats on the scales are done. The main body is painted in a mix of three drops grass green to one drop breonnie blue. The belly scales were first painted with three drops oiled leather to one drop sun yellow, and then given a midtone of one-to-one oiled leather and sun yellow. I'll probably go pure sun yellow for the highest highlight, and maybe put a red wash into the crannies. Not sure about the rest, but I'm thinking a drybrush with some bloodstone might be nice.
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