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I agree with ub3r. Loving the OSL emanating from your base on to the miniature. The first shot with the red background conceals everything you have done to the miniature. Unless that was an early shot, then...carry on. XD

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NICE OSL! It's subtle and not overdone, very realistic. 

 

I agree with ub3r. Loving the OSL emanating from your base on to the miniature. [...]

Thanks!

 

[...]The first shot with the red background conceals everything you have done to the miniature. Unless that was an early shot, then...carry on. XD

Haha. Yeah, it's pretty terrible. That was for the proof-of-concept miniature, though--you can tell by how horrible the base is!--and I tried an experiment with the red that didn't really work. I'd rather have comments on the finished product, though, so I'm not worrying too much about it!

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Very nice really sweet oak, well done ;)

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Ok. I am on my phone, so I zoom in and it looks like his butt is on fire. Then I scroll up to the second and figure out it the glow from under the grate. Very nicely done.

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There's something rather Empire Strikes Back about it... Dark and industrial and space-agey. And at the same time, warm.

 

That's a compliment, by the way.

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Ok. I am on my phone, so I zoom in and it looks like his butt is on fire. Then I scroll up to the second and figure out it the glow from under the grate. Very nicely done.

Thanks! One of the nice things about doing a proof-of-concept first was that when I painted him up the first time, his backside ended up having way too much glow. I believe it was the correct amount given the position and the amount of light supposedly coming from below, but it just looked way too silly. So on the final version, I toned it down a notch while painting, and then glazed over it a couple times to bring it even further down.

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