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To stay within the new Forum rules/guidelines for WIP threads, I'm starting this one up for a vignette I'm working on as part of a RBG contest sponsored by Tre Manor on another forum.

 

These are made from "troll cast" which is a resin-like material as far as I understand it, both detailed extremely well, but the material is very very brittle. I've broken 2 ankles so far, so I'm being extremely careful with them.

 

Anyhow, here we go with the Unarmored Hordesman and the Armored Hordesman!

 

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At this point, I decided I wanted the Unarmored to have African American skin tones, so I did a bit of research, used the Reaper power palette and went ahead with these 5 colors. So far he's gotten the base of Ruddy Leather and then I went over it a few times with a mix of 1:1 Ruddy Leather and Intense Brown.

 

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More pics as I do more updates.

 

C&C are welcomed and appreciated, thanks for looking!

 

 

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I actually changed up the recipe a bit as I felt it was too lightly colored for what I wanted after I started applying paint.   Here's what it looks like now.   Colors used: Ruddy Brown, Intense B

To stay within the new Forum rules/guidelines for WIP threads, I'm starting this one up for a vignette I'm working on as part of a RBG contest sponsored by Tre Manor on another forum.   These are ma

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I actually changed up the recipe a bit as I felt it was too lightly colored for what I wanted after I started applying paint.

 

Here's what it looks like now.

 

Colors used: Ruddy Brown, Intense Brown, Tanned Shadow, and Olive Skin... Basically played mad scientist with the blends and the highlights until I was happy with the overall look of it.

 

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Thoughts? 

 

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Digging the skin tone a lot, will have to make note of the colours you used for future reference!

Thanks :)

 

Yeah I changed it up a bit as the 2nd post states. I'm going to add a few more highlights to the skin and get to work on the fiddly bits.

 

So a question to everyone. I'm doing the cloth part of kilt in red. What colors does everyone think on the fur and armor stuff?

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Nice work.

 

With the olive in the skin being your green, and a red kilt, I would go for neutral colors for the rest ie: ivory off-white for furs (like dirty clear fur) and grey/steel for armour. I think for that piece, less would really be more!

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More WIP pics!

 

Added some more depth to the skin, highlights, glazing, shading. More base coating of the spattered crimson on the kilt.

 

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C&C Welcomed!

 

I'm trying to decide on other colors right now. I'm kind of leaning towards gray for the fur on the kilt right now.

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Nice work.

 

With the olive in the skin being your green, and a red kilt, I would go for neutral colors for the rest ie: ivory off-white for furs (like dirty clear fur) and grey/steel for armour. I think for that piece, less would really be more!

 

Thanks! I see you posted when I was posting so I didn't see it until AFTER I posted lol.

 

Ivory off-white sounds good and I like that gray steel armor. Thanks for the suggestions my friend, invaluable!

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Yeah, I am just afraid that if you do, say, a bright gold on the belt, it would "ruin" by comparison the contrast levels on the skin. 

 

And if you don't like neutral, you can always glaze color over a B&W armor... but I would only do it in neutral colors and add spots of color (dirt, rust, etc) as needed, if needed.

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