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Back into the fray again with another of Tre's miniatures.

This one has some interesting texture going on in the doublet.

I've primed him, did some of my standard brown liner in dark areas.

I gave him a green hood for right now, it might change.

Gave him a simple face for the moment.  Just base coating.

Beginning getting my feel of the miniature, and deciding what I want to

do with him. 

 

So here is the last of the brigands, Long Shot Loim.

 

 

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joins ub3r and digs in for another show!

 

*Tosses an Orange to robin*

 

Here you go, this should be enough orange for you this time around! ::P:

 

BWHAHAHAHAHAH!  :lol:

 

 

 

catches and peels orange....   hey this must be a barbarian Orange.. its a blood red one!

 

(still tastes good)

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joins ub3r and digs in for another show!

 

*Tosses an Orange to robin*

 

Here you go, this should be enough orange for you this time around! ::P:

 

BWHAHAHAHAHAH!  :lol:

 

ROFL.. too funny !

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joins ub3r and digs in for another show!

 

*Tosses an Orange to robin*

 

Here you go, this should be enough orange for you this time around! ::P:

 

BWHAHAHAHAHAH!  :lol:

 

 

 

catches and peels orange....   hey this must be a barbarian Orange.. its a blood red one!

 

(still tastes good)

 

Snicker snak... Good Reposte !

ROFL.. You two are too much !!!!

That doublet is looking intriguing now..

This may get a bit complicated.. thinking of checks (silver and black) ?, (Red and Gray).. (Purple and ???).. hmmmmmmmmmmm.

Decisions, decisions, decisions,...hmmmm Hva skal jeg gjor ?

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Red and gray checkered pattern is what pops up in my head when you ask, Jay.

I kinda was leaning that way also..

Great highlighting potential also.

Dark red, dark grey, going up to highlight red, and almost white ..

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...

Gonna have to play a bit.. but I think that's what I will do.

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Red and gray checkered pattern is what pops up in my head when you ask, Jay.

I kinda was leaning that way also..

Great highlighting potential also.

Dark red, dark grey, going up to highlight red, and almost white ..

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...

Gonna have to play a bit.. but I think that's what I will do.

 

 

*chomps on pretzel*

 

Sounds good! Get to it!!  ^_^

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Sounds like the decision is made.. so no more "Hva skal jeg gjor"!

 

I also agree, red and grey leaves you lots of choices for gradients to show highlights and shadows.

 

(notice no requests for orange....  wait ... did i just make a request for it... no no.. forget I mentioned that color)

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Sounds like the decision is made.. so no more "Hva skal jeg gjor"!

 

I also agree, red and grey leaves you lots of choices for gradients to show highlights and shadows.

 

(notice no requests for orange....  wait ... did i just make a request for it... no no.. forget I mentioned that color)

You ARE EVIL you know !  :devil::rock::upside:

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This is nothing too exciting.

Just putting down basic colors, filling in the voids,

wrestling with how I want to paint him up.

Once you start "sensing" the mood of the miniature things change,

and inspiration sets in.  These "undercoats" allow me time to create

the base for what will go on top.  So its basic painting, but notice, I'm NOT

being sloppy.  Keep the brush under control, you have to build ON TOP of

what you are doing.

 

Here's Loim:

 

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