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Kyrie, Female Barbarian (01531)

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Barbarian...Cool.

 

Female Barbarian :wub:

 

Good job

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You didn't ruin her at all, quite the opposite, actually. She looks very good. I agree with you about the fur; you did very well on it.

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I know the feeling.   I did this mini a while back and the way I do flesh is to start painting with a base coat of the sahdow color (usually a couple of shades darker) and then I slowly build up to the highlight shrinking the area to be painted as I go.  I then give it an overall, very thinned down, wash of the middle color (midtone) which helps blend it together.

 

My example can be found here http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/59195-kyrie-female-barbarian/?p=1054132 and if you click on the pics you can expand them to see where I did each color (it is very obvious on the back picture if you look at her left leg).  (I should have blended them a bit more .. :rock: )

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