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77140: Townsfolk: Village Rioter


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You might consider using a liner that isn't as dark as usual - a medium brown works fine when it's near light browns.  Alternately, you might consider a color that contrasts in hue instead of value - maybe a medium/dark red since he has a fair amount of green on him.  I think what you have is pretty consistent across the miniature though.

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I can almost hear him saying "Why i oughttta.... "  I aspire to be able to paint intent into the faces of my minis.  I salute you!

 

BTW i think the colors look clean and well defined but not the least cartoony.  Realism is great and all but we don't need to make all our minis look like they have been rolling in the dirt.  Perhaps on this day this gentlemen decided he was putting on his sunday best so the ogre knew he meant business!

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