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I painted an eyebeast for the D&D Painting class I was teaching One of the techniques we were working on was blending so I wanted to make sure that I chose colors that the techniques would show well hence the bright green and pink. The class was fun and everyone's eyebeasts turned out great!
By Tolex Cat
For a recent D&D session, the DM said he needed skellies so I knocked these out in about 90 mins.
I did go back after the session and fixed a little highlighting but all in all I was pretty happy with how they turned out for a quick paint up. Since bones absorb colors from the minerals around them, I wanted to go less bleached and more unhallowed, greasy, dirty look. So I stuck to the darker bone colors and used the sepia wash. I must have a thing for owlbears since I enjoy painting them and really loved the skeleton.
Hello girls and guys, the slower painter in the world is back
Finally accomplished to paint this pompous guy, the Burgermeister. I've chose a colorful palette to reflect the opulence of the office, but also the lack of style (purple and turquoise? why man?!?!).
Painting the gems frames was insane... really peps: don't do that! just paint the gems
In the end I'm quite happy of him, hope you'll like him too:
Every C&C is more than welcome, let me know what you would have done different or what you don't like :)
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