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I don´t know where it is going, but here is my HellHound.

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I am trying to get to the sweet spot where the purple meets the evil-looking-hellfire-contained hide.

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Is this miniature about the right size to go on a 40mm round base? Is that washer it's on about an inch wide?

Hellhound on a 40mm round base. Looks like his broccoli overlaps the lip a little, along with his port quarter there. Still, not unmanageable.post-8164-0-23290300-1377787389_thumb.jpg

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I don´t have a lot of time during the week, so I managed to do the bright colors in the spikes and some head color

(I don´t know if will came out nice, for now I am just doing and hoping for the best)

 

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Ok, new post for this week.

I did the basecoat for the fur, painted the glow inside the mouth, and did the color of the legs.

(still hoping for the best)

 

next, highlights in the fur, legs and head.

continuing the color of the spikes, eyes, fangs and claws.

and basing.

 

enjoy

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So, this weekend I did some paint in my hellhound, starting with a brown wash to cover those pure purple shadow lines.

Then I move to the spikes and nearly finished the cooling-from-hot-blaze effect.

Then painted the nose black, the claws red and the fangs white.

 

Now I just have to do the clean-up in the wash, do the highlights and the base.

Here is the pictures:

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and then...

 

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I have to say as well I was skeptical of that purple, but you've done an amazing job on this figure with your colors and that mouth is frickin crazy cool it looks like it's glowing!

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It is done!

Last pictures before the varnish and posting in the Show off area.

 

(Don´t know what to do with the base, perhaps I kill try some lava effect)

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