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I've been painting on this guy whenever I had leftover paint for the last year or so; it seemed like time to finish him up. 


C&C are welcome, but tips on what to do about his hair would be especially welcome.






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Simple Eyes: paint black where the eyes are. Paint white in the black, leaving a black oval ring around the white. Paint a small black or dark color dot in the middle.

I am only giving away this secret because of the awesomeness of the hair.

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Cool guy with that mohawk.


Highlight the hair with a little blueish or grey tone.


A bit at the bottom ( close to the head) and at the tips.

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You can't see it well, but the blue significantly improved his hair. I followed the eyes advice (poorly) and now he is wonderfully pouty. I might fix that, but I honestly kind of like it this way.




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