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I concoted a magical mix from Vallejo Glaze Medium, Water and Scale 75 Brown Gray to enhance the shadows in his fur.

 

 

From here I will start to do the fur in earnest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Based his necklace with a nice Yellow so I can build up from there.

 

I based his eyeball with a mix of Scale 75 Citrine Alchemy and Peridot Alchemy.

Yes these are metallic..I think when toned down and with a pupil, this will work for a Lion.

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I did some work on Tuma.

 

Scale 75 Nacar as base for the ropes.

Reaper Nightshade Purple as base for the sash

Scale 75 Viking Gold as base for jewelry

And a touch of Vallejo Red for the necklace.

Reaper Walnut for the leather belts.

 

Hope you enjoy it.

Lots of work to do still.

 

 

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Finally did some work on Tuma again.

 

The Pumpkin Witches Project and Maria Roseblade interfered!

 

Some Inktense Chestnut for the ropes. some Reaper Royal Purple for the sash and some work on the eyes with Reaper Buckskin Pale and Scale 75 Green and Black Inks

 

 

 

 

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So keeping my good intentions, the first thing on the first day of the new year...painting Tuma!

 

I did a little work on the lints in his hair and the necklace.

 

 

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More progress.

 

I used the new Cinnamon Red from Reaper for his hair. And Reape Golden Highlight for his fur.

Also did the necklace again.

 

 

 

 

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Nice progress! I lost a bit of steam on mine after base coating all the ribbons. So many ribbons...

 

Yep I get what you mean.

 

After painting all those white, I started on Mary to have something else to paint.

 

I will get back to him.

 

Awesome model.

 

EDIT: What do you guys think? Should I hit the eyes with a lighter green / yellow? Or are they fine as is? I'm not sure.

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I would lighten them up a touch.  They are reading like a mint green at the moment.

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I would lighten them up a touch.  They are reading like a mint green at the moment.

 

Thx, I was thinking about that. Maybe getting them to a more yellow green??

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I would lighten them up a touch.  They are reading like a mint green at the moment.

 

 

Thx, I was thinking about that. Maybe getting them to a more yellow green??

Yep. Try some glazes of yellow. Do you have clear yellow?

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