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I don't remember Girallons defaulting to demonic. The first mini wotc made for them just happened to be a fiendish variant with a tail.

 

Very nice work. There does look to be a spot on the back of the left leg with flesh tone on the fur.

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In this case its White Undercoat, washed with Rainy Grey and then dry brushed with Linen White and again with Pure White. The dark shadow areas are thinned down Army Painter Dark Tone applied strategically and then dry brushed with Pure White again to smooth the transition.

 

The skin is Fair Skin washed with Army Painter Soft Tone and then highlighted back to Linen White.

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I don't remember Girallons defaulting to demonic. The first mini wotc made for them just happened to be a fiendish variant with a tail.

 

Very nice work. There does look to be a spot on the back of the left leg with flesh tone on the fur.

 

Actually around the hands/feet there is a band of dirty fur with the soft tone in it that looks less white. :)

 

Its entirely possible they are not demonic by default, I just happen to remember them as that because..well its a 4 armed ape in DnD. :)

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In this case its White Undercoat, washed with Rainy Grey and then dry brushed with Linen White and again with Pure White. The dark shadow areas are thinned down Army Painter Dark Tone applied strategically and then dry brushed with Pure White again to smooth the transition.

 

The skin is Fair Skin washed with Army Painter Soft Tone and then highlighted back to Linen White.

 

Thanks that looks fantastic. Great job on the fur, amazing.

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