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I had lots of fun coming up with this one. Putting on the modeling paste to make the lava as if it was flowing was a challenge: first time working with that medium. Took me a while to be happy with the lava color. I am happy with the results.

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Sweet!  The lava color is just about right.  The only change I'd consider is a few highlights/drybrush-strokes of black to represent patches that have cooled floating down the river.  Looks like you've got the idea--brighter, more yellow where it's hotter, deeper, darker color where it's cooler, but I think the contrast of some black/grey would turn it up a notch.  Also, I like the simple but devilish color scheme on the succubus.

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Sweet!  The lava color is just about right.  The only change I'd consider is a few highlights/drybrush-strokes of black to represent patches that have cooled floating down the river.  Looks like you've got the idea--brighter, more yellow where it's hotter, deeper, darker color where it's cooler, but I think the contrast of some black/grey would turn it up a notch.  Also, I like the simple but devilish color scheme on the succubus.

Thanks! And good idea for the highlights, i did not think of that.

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I like her very much, the lava is very convincing. Great job!

 

But...you need to link her, Reaper has a no nudity rule. You can link her with photobucket or similar. :-)

Agreed!

 

And yup, need to link her offsite before a Mod deletes posts.

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Nice job on this diorama.  The succubus' wings and body leave a bit to be desired though.  A little depth in those colors would be preferable.  Maybe the photo is hiding some detail on it.

 

The rocks and lava look excellent!

Nice job on this diorama.  The succubus' wings and body leave a bit to be desired though.  A little depth in those colors would be preferable.  Maybe the photo is hiding some detail on it.

 

The rocks and lava look excellent!

Well..... You are not wrong. I did put some highlights but it was too subtle. I'll get to work on that. And thanks for the compliment.

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