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Unknown Monster with Blade

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Here's a guy I pulled from the bin. I have several like him, but I don't know where they came from.  Can anyone recognize this figure?

 

Also, the wash on his ribs did something strange to this guy that my naked eye didn't see but the camera certainly captured in glorious detail :wacko:. It looks like there was too much of it and it seeped away from where it was supposed to go... advice?

 

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Not sure what figure he/they are. The wash may have been applied too quickly and bubbled up there in that recess and when the bubble popped it would leave behind a void and there'd be no paint there. I'd make sure to do it slowly and more precisely in that one area to get it darkened up.

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To add to ub3r_n3rd advice, washes need something to help break the surface tension as they dry. Otherwise, they dry quicker at the edges and wick the pigment away from the paint that dries slower. (I think that's how it works) A small bit of dishwashing soap or acrylic extender will help your washes.

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