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Looks like some nice blending on the garments. Your use of whites at the bottom of his blue tunic makes it look like velvet.

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Awesome paintjob.

 

Might I suggest a little brown or chestnut wash over the sand?

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Awesome paintjob.

 

Might I suggest a little brown or chestnut wash over the sand?

I agree! with both statements!

 

Who makes the fig?

 

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Awesome paintjob.

 

Might I suggest a little brown or chestnut wash over the sand?

 

Sooo... I took your advise... it looks so much better with the wash over the sand.  Thanks for the tip!

 

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CAH

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Depending on the look you are after, maybe a bit of static grss / flock and or some greass tufts as well?

They come in all sorts of colors and lengths...

 

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He's awesome. Your brush control is excellent. The base looks better with the wash. To add a bit more depth try going back over it with a light dry brush of your highlight color. :-)

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I like him, your blues are excellent as are your clean blends. Would love to see some highlights on his hair and face, if you feel like adding to him. But he looks great as is.

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You did a great job on him!

Adding that wash to the sand was a very good idea, it improved it a lot.

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