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Natalia, Secret Agent (Reaper 50149)


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My 7-year-old daughter took one look at the pictures and said, "That looks like Black Widow!"  ^_^

 

I particularly like how the cloth has a different sheen than the boots & gloves, plus the hair and eyes do look phenomenal!  Great example of how to define a focal point as well as how to paint black. 

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I want to scream, "watch where you're going!".  She might be running into a wall or something if she's not going to watch where she's going.

 

Excellent job on the black.  I've been painting a lot of black lately that's been a bit bland, and that's a great idea adding some blue in there (which is what I think you've done).

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Thanks all!
The suit is highlighted with the neutral grey triad, mostly the darkest one, since I was going for a less reflective cloth. The boots are actually really dark brown, Walnut Brown I think it is, highlighted with a lighter brown.

 

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