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02819: Gloom Wraith

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The train is out of control! There's no stopping, now!

 

Well, really, breathing (that is, laziness) once again has commenced. Mostly. But had to strike while the iron was hot! ^_^

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That sword is so cool! The one suggestion I'd give would be to use purples and/or very dark reds in the shadows of blue cloaks. Especially for wraith and ghostly creatures. It really helps to pull off an ethereal effect. It's a bit tough to get right at first but worth trying.

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I'll have you know that my wallet is going to be pressing charges. I wasn't aware of the existence of this figure, now I want it.

 

I like the look of the sword; it looks old and corroded, but still deadly. Nice job!

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That sword is so cool! The one suggestion I'd give would be to use purples and/or very dark reds in the shadows of blue cloaks. Especially for wraith and ghostly creatures. It really helps to pull off an ethereal effect. It's a bit tough to get right at first but worth trying.

 

Ah, thanks for the advice. I've seen people do that sort of shading, but I never seem to strike the right note, when I've tried it.

 

I'll have you know that my wallet is going to be pressing charges. I wasn't aware of the existence of this figure, now I want it.

 

I like the look of the sword; it looks old and corroded, but still deadly. Nice job!

 

Ah haha! Yeah, he's an awesome one. My wallet didn't even argue when I saw him.

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That sword is so cool! The one suggestion I'd give would be to use purples and/or very dark reds in the shadows of blue cloaks. Especially for wraith and ghostly creatures. It really helps to pull off an ethereal effect. It's a bit tough to get right at first but worth trying.

 

Ah, thanks for the advice. I've seen people do that sort of shading, but I never seem to strike the right note, when I've tried it.

 

 

I'm not very good at it either but the painters who can pull it off give me hope.  ::):

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Wow, what an active, lively sculpt!

 

The paint job may be simple, but I like how you picked out the edges in the robe to emphasize movement.

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