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I like the rich, dark colors you used for this model.  I also like that the cloak has a bit of a shine to it. Far too many painters try to achieve an utterly flat finish, but that's not really how the world looks, and I'm not sure why we want our miniatures to look like that.  I blame Testor's Dullcoate and the NMM movement.  The satin tone gives the cloak much greater realism.

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I like the rich, dark colors you used for this model.  I also like that the cloak has a bit of a shine to it. Far too many painters try to achieve an utterly flat finish, but that's not really how the world looks, and I'm not sure why we want our miniatures to look like that.  I blame Testor's Dullcoate and the NMM movement.  The satin tone gives the cloak much greater realism.

That's from the Reaper Clear Purple I used to tone the cloak from gray to purple. The photos were taken before varnishing, it is now matte. Sorry to disappoint.

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