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I'm painting up a batch of figures for oceanic adventures as my husband goes "Ooh, I have to come up with something good for that!"

 

This is the new Bones II wereshark, a version of 03625: Karnedge Gorefathom, Karkarion Boss.  First I primed it with Reaper's Brown Liner.

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I started painting the sand under its feet with a layer of pure Iron Oxide Yellow, followed by a mix of that plus Titanium White, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, and just a breath of Phthalo Green.

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I then mixed up a subdued dark blue-grey out of Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Sienna.  It's for drow flesh, but lightened up just a bit makes a good shark grey.

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I then mixed a much lighter version, not quite pure white, and laid down some thin color for the creature's belly and underparts.

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I painted its mouth and tongue pink (well, a sort of delicate peachy mixed from Pyrrole Orange and white, washed over with Burnt Umber).

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And finished up the grey bits. It's not as blue as it shows up in the photos.

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And then I painted a whole lot on its wrist guards and weaponry and detailed its teeth and eyes, but I forgot to take any pictures while I was doing that.  Here are some of what might be final show-off pix later, if I am actually done:

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