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Jabberwocky, The Daughter's Birthday Present

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Very cute. I think your blending and glazing look good.

Agreed and it the claws in particular look nicely gnarly. Have you thought of addong some type of pupil to the eye? A reptilian type slit might add a little extra pop.

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Very cute. I think your blending and glazing look good.

Thank you, Inarah.

 

 

Very cute. I think your blending and glazing look good.

Agreed and it the claws in particular look nicely gnarly. Have you thought of addong some type of pupil to the eye? A reptilian type slit might add a little extra pop.

 

Thank you as well, KruleBear.

 

The eyes of the Jabberwocky are "eyes of flame" and aren't usually showing pupils. Thank you for the suggestion though.

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Nice job on a somewhat unusual and cute mini. I like how you kept the purple going into the shadows on the green skin. The claws, teeth and strong lining fit the model quite well.

 

As a suggestion, perhaps drybrush some contrast onto the ground?

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Nice job on a somewhat unusual and cute mini. I like how you kept the purple going into the shadows on the green skin. The claws, teeth and strong lining fit the model quite well.

 

As a suggestion, perhaps drybrush some contrast onto the ground?

Thanks, malefactus and Slashhamster.

 

I wanted to keep the base plain but I understand what you mean, Slashhamster.

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I wanted to keep the base plain but I understand what you mean, Slashhamster.

Yeah, I thought there was a chance that might have been intentional. I almost didn't mention it but figured you could just ignore it anyway!

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Warheads: Medieval Tales posted a link and photo of my daughter's birthday Jabberwocky on their Facebook page.

 

Head on over and check it out.

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Sing the poem to "Greensleeves" - it works terrifyingly well.

 

That is so going into the repertoire.

 

Thanks guys.

 

And yes, Froggy, you'd be surprised how many poems are written using Greensleeves as the basis for tempo.

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Nifty!

 

Sing the poem to "Greensleeves" - it works terrifyingly well.

I really need to floss my brain now. Thanks for that Lanse. :blink:

 

As for the mini and it's paint job. Wow I wish when I was a kid that someone had painted awesome things like this for me! ::D:

I think your wet blending attempt worked out well.

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