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Tengu Rogue (more like Ranger) 03698

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Love the brown feathers!!!

Thanks! It is mostly Reapers Harvest Brown and highlights of it. I like the orangy-ness and the bird colors. I originally was going to paint it as an oriole.

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Lovely! 

One person's "rogue" is another's ranger, fighter-wizard, or whatever you want.  Sometimes it's better if you don't notice the official title.  (Cue the old story about the person who wouldn't buy the figure labeled "ranger" because his character is a fighter who uses a bow.)

 

You've achieved a very nice woodsy effect with your choice of colors.  I like the subtlety of your choices in the greens and browns (orange-brown, red-brown, purple-brown...), the woodgrain on the bow, the texture of the feathers, and the flower on the scabbard.

 

This was a figure that I designed and sculpted, so I really appreciate your note of "elegant".  I made the surfaces simple so you would have a chance to show off your brushwork, add some freehand, etc.

 

Thanks for sharing!

(Sorry for not replying until now.)

 

Derek

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Nice! I have mostly seen him painted black so it is nice to see your version. I like how you tied warm colors on the mini with your autumn leaves on the base. Very nice. I think he makes a great ranger!

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Thanks! My putty skills are limited to filling in gaps, so i always admire what you sculptors can do (and try my best to do sculpts justice when painting.)

My friend was extremely happy with the model. I woodsy themed all of his tengu which gave him a different story he never would have thought of before. 

I was hoping reaper would use it as one of their website sale models, but i guess they already have a nicely painted one :)

 

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Great clean work. 

 

I like the subtle highlights on the armor. 

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