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Dirk the Damned (Red Box Games)

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I fell in love with this guy, Tre Manor's Dirk the Damned, immediately upon seeing the sculpt. His swagger is undeniable.

 

Again, was happy with the rope on him. Also his clay jug, which hopefully looks clay. I'unno. This guy was in the start of my first batch of flesh-tones on a person-person. I really liked the results of mixing my own. Don't think I'll want to go back.

 

 

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Thanks for looking. Comments and suggestions and so on welcome.

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Marvin, I love SOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH about what you have done here.

Character wise you done did fantabulous.

I'm not wild about the green and the blue...I would knock them down a bit

with some Brown liner... too strong on contrast.

You did an incredible job on that jug though !!!

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Good job!!

And yes, I think you've nailed the jug, it certainly looks like clay to me.

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Thanks, y'all.

 

I'm not wild about the green and the blue...I would knock them down a bit

with some Brown liner... too strong on contrast.

 

Liner or wash? The blue's particularly bothersome to me, and I agree the green pants could use it, too. I tried washing and didn't get it toned down enough at all. Obviously. Should I try a darker wash, or are the liners an option, here? I'm unfamiliar with all their uses. Or are we just talking about painting over to a completely different (darker) color?

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Thanks, y'all.

 

I'm not wild about the green and the blue...I would knock them down a bit

with some Brown liner... too strong on contrast.

 

Liner or wash? The blue's particularly bothersome to me, and I agree the green pants could use it, too. I tried washing and didn't get it toned down enough at all. Obviously. Should I try a darker wash, or are the liners an option, here? I'm unfamiliar with all their uses. Or are we just talking about painting over to a completely different (darker) color?

i'd go with a liner (maybe dilute it a bit, if it doesn't do the job, up the strength.

Its looking terrific Marvin, just needs a tone down :)

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